Has anyone ever had their chickens or other birds tested for Psittacosis? I was recently at a medical conference regarding animals in healthcare. The Eden Alternative program for nursing homes includes pet birds, but they must test negative for psittacosis. The last time I took Mr. Joy in for a health certificate for his nursing home work, the vet discouraged any bloodwork because just about everything was reportable to the state ag. Positive results would mean culling the flock, including Mr. Joy (The phrase "out of my cold dead hands" comes to mind there) Anybody have experience with this?