Hi! does anyone out there use Rooster Booster, the water soluble vitamins and electrolytes with lactobacillus? I had some sneezing in my flock so I decided to add this to their water. The label says mix 1 ounce in 16 gallons of water and give for 3-5 days, repeating dosage whenever necessary. I use 7 gallon waterers and have been mixing 2 TBS. in each time I change the water (about once a week, and for about a month now). Honestly, most of them prefer to drink out of the mud puddles so I don't know who is actually drinking the water in the waterers! I also put 1/2 cup of ACV in the waterers. What do you think about using this on a permanent basis for flock health? Necessary, unnecessary, waste of money?? My flock is about 75 birds, 30 laying hens, 2 grown roos and the rest are up and comers. They free range all daylight hours, 10 acres of pasture, wood lot, etc. and I keep the feeders full this time of year with fryer pellets as I have a lot of molting going on and figured the extra protein would help, also don't want the youngsters getting layer pellets yet. Will probably switch to layer pellets in Feb. or so. They also get lots of cooked pumpkins and kale from the winter garden. Any advice would be appreciated.