Background --- I had one hen who refused to go into the coop due to the young cockerels --- She took up residence in my one shrub and I didn't worry about her and then she started sneezing --- I kept hoping that it would clear up on its own, but it really didn't --- Well, to make a long story short --- most of the flock began sneezing/sniging. I have them on anitbiotics (Duramycin) for the past 3 days and they appear to be getting better --- I have this friendly rooster that sort of became a pet -- He went thru the sneezing process and no longer sneezes -- It appears that he doesn't really have his balance at times --- This morning, he was still on the roost when I checked on them around noon and when he flew off, he had a rough landing --- yet, he can walk to the food and water and all looks well as he seems to be eating and drinking and then when I check again, I see him with his head completely under his belly and he is walking backwards --- I can straighten the neck and he doesn't squawk and he can appear to be good again. I was concerned that it might be Newcastle's Disease, but if so, none of the other hens exhibit this symptom --- they just sneeze and go on. Any idea what might be causing his problem -- I am sort of at my wit's end trying to think of ways of a treatment that will work. Thanks. .