Hello All~ This is my first post to Backyard Chickens. Oh dear...my salmon Faverolle looks to be getting an eye infection for what will be the third time. She went to a very good avian vet and was diagnosed with it in March 2016 and again in May 2016. She was prescribed Clavamox and each time it cleared up nicely. So sad to see the same symptoms again (red and swollen eye area, especially above her eyes). I've made a vet appt for a week from now and am afraid she'll have to go on antibiotics AGAIN. When does this become dangerous for the bird? Overuse of antibiotics is not good for humans or animals. My 4 other hens, of different breeds, aren't having this trouble--- it's seems poor No. 5 (yes, that's her name. Long story.) is just prone to this condition. I'm not sure what else I can do for her at home--- their environment isn't dusty, the roost has proper ventilation and they have an excellent diet and plenty of fresh water. I'll of course discuss this concern with the vet next week but in the meantime, will be a worried mother hen (per usual)... thought I'd reach out here to see if anyone has input.