We finally got the results back from our Necropsy. We do not have Pullorum. Hannah had Avian Tuberculosis. Fortunately this is not regulatory. I found an interesting article about the disease at: http://www.internationalparrotletsociety.org/aviantb.html. Everyone might want to read this because apparently this disease is very common. I'm hoping we were lucky in keeping Hannah primarily confined to one large pen in the barn and later a smaller cage for the duration of the time we had her except for the first three or four months. At this point all of our other birds appear healthy, (knock on wood). . The State of Ohio vets advised us we licked the ILT problem. (yea!) We cannot afford to remove and replace the dirt on our barn floor, and would have no place to put the contaminated dirt, anyway, except on our own property. Also our birds are free-range, so the property is contaminated, anyway. We burned all of Hannah's bedding and the bedding in the big pen, and will sterilize her cage and dishes. Beyond that, all we can do is get them as healthy as possible, according to the State vet, by deworming and treating for lice, etc. I dread putting our young birds back out there after they've been in the house all winter. I would be interested to know if anyone has had experience with this, or has any suggestions.