Ok first time chick mommy here (these are the only birds I have, so no cross contamination). And I'm starting to freak out just a little. But if I look at this rationally I can explain everything without coming to the conclusion that I have a bad disease on my hands. I got my chicks on Thursday from Ideal hatchery. Everything was just fine until last night. I did my chick check at 10pm only to find that one of the little silkies is sneezing alot. But I also figured out how the chicks were eating so much feed. They were taking dust baths in it (yes it's time to get a new feed dish). So there was feed dust everywhere. So after calming myself down I chalked it up to feed dust. Well this morning she's still sneezing. And there are some gunk in the corner of her right eye. It look like my eye would when trying to get dust out. And she had feed dust on her head. So again, I'm trying to keep myself calm believing its all do to dust. She's not lethargic. She's eating, drinking and playing like normal. There is no nasal discharge at all. From the other chicks (a total of 16) I've heard 2 sneezes. No one is acting funny. And she's the only one with dust (?) in his/her eyes. So please tell me I'm just overreacting. I tried to get a video of the sneezing, but no luck. She was so busy chirping and jumping at the camera that she stopped sneezing. It's a very light sneeze. Here's a poor picture of the gunk: If I'm not overreacting please tell me what to do! And if I am overreacting should I take a chill pill and clean the gunk out of her eyes, or just leave it alone?