It's been a really rough month for me and my girls. We had to go through a long move, that both Baba Yaga and Kikimora handled like champs. Their coop got broken in the move so I had to set up a brand new one, but I got it done and set up within a few days of getting here, and in the meantime, I took them outside regularly and even let them run around in the backyard happily. Sadly about two weeks after we were all settled in Baba Yaga started sundowning heavily and succumbed to her gout and passed away. Not wanting to leave her alone, a local farmer helped me track down someone who was rehoming four coturnix ladies. She took two and I took two and after a few days they all settled in pretty nicely and we welcomed Morana and Lady Myrtle Midday into our lives. A week or so later, I thought Kiki got pecked in the eye, but she seemed otherwise ok. Until a few days later she started sneezing, and her eye and sinuses seemed swollen. Seemed that the new quail, which showed NO symptoms and still don't, may be carriers for Coryza. I maxed out my budged with the move, and with vet treatments for Baba Yaga before she died, but I looked through the forums and found a farm store that had Oxytetra-a and I started her on it today. I would have done so earlier but I ended up in the hospital myself (I have Crohn's). The poor dear seems so miserable. She keeps shaking her head, and seems disoriented, and I'm so nervous about her. I spent the last two hours drip feeding her the treated water and some mashed up fresh cabbage and thai basil with a touch of honey. I'm really hoping she gets better. I had been hoping to get the hens a rooster, but if they're carriers, I don't want to risk a new bird or risk potentially exposing chicks to the bacteria. This really sucks. I would gladly take any recommendations.