I purchased a 1.5 yr old rooster back in July and kept him quarantined for 3 weeks before adding him to my flock. About 1 month ago he started shaking his head in an S motion, but had no other symptoms. I checked for mites and didn't see anything, but I treated the entire flock of 18 with permethrin anyway and cleaned and treated the coop and run area. I followed up in 8 days and repeated the treatments. He never stopped shaking his head and now the whole flock has a small amount of clear, thin sinus drainage. The rooster is also wheezing sometimes (not everytime) after he crows. He also had small amount of blood on his wattle a few weeks ago, which then a hen pecked at it until it tore a little. I don't know where that blood came from, but I haven't seen any blood since. I have been using Organic ACV in their water rotating with vitamins, electrolytes and probs. They are all very healthy birds. Eyes are clear, no facial swelling, inside of mouth is clear. There is no odor to the sinus drainage. All are very active, full of energy, eating and drinking great and their poop is normal with no visible worms. I have not added any new birds. The temps here have started to drop from being in the 70ish to 40ish at night. I have winterized the coop, but, with plenty of ventilation. I started them on oxytetracycline 2 days ago. They are all very flighty and hard to catch or I would use an injectable antibiotic. Is there anything else I need to check for? watch for? What respiratory illness could I possibly be dealing with? I have 2 more flocks with their own separate coops and runs. They are in other areas of the farm, and do not adjoin at all. Is there a chance of this illness spreading to my other flocks? I guess I would need to wear different shoes and such when going in and out of each coop and run? I would love to have your input. I've never had to deal with a respiratory illness before. Thanks in advance!