OK, so, I'll try to be as detailed as possible. Yesterday afternoon I noticed my buff, Buffy, had a swollen eye, so I put some Antibiotics, Duramycin-10, in my flocks water, washed her eye out and did some research. Found that it might be a respatory infection. Today I checked my flock, Buffy still not doing as well, eye a bit bigger, checked my other ladies, none had swollen eyes. I went to work, got to come home early around 2, picked up VetRX, electrolytes, and Tylan. found Buffy just laying there with her tail down. Put her in my back yard, cleaned her eye, force fed her some electrolytes and some food. Checked my other girls, my Easter eager, Miss America, also has a little bit of a swollen eye but not laying down she was moving and eating. I moved her to my back yard. Gave both girls .5ml of Tylan, fed them electrolyte water, and gave them a feeder and water thing with electrolytes. I just put some VetRX on them and put them to bed in my house in my spare room. There eyes look ok, but Miss Americas got worse in just a few hours. Am I doing something wrong, I am worried they might not make it through the night because Buffy's mouth is all gross with gooey mucus.