Her (we think) eyes are not running or dripping anything, they just look watery and aren't as wide open as the others. No respiratory symptoms. I have three 5 week old Silkie chicks in a quarantine brooder cage, have had them for 2 weeks. For a couple days this same one has had slightly watery eyes and seems to blink a little more often than normal (if you search my name and silkie I posted a pic of her, she also had an injured beak). I've watched their poo, nothing abnormal. I saw a bit of reddish one time but I'm 95% sure it was just discarded intestinal lining. I bought our chick starter from the local feed store, it is "Petrus Feeds" 20% Chick Starter, in a large generic looking bag with an ingredient list. How would I know if it was medicated? I have the ingredient label, the only things that I see on the label that I'm unsure of are: Dicalcium phosphate, Vit. A acetate, D-Activated Animal Sterol, Vit. E supplement, Vit. B-12, d-Panthothenic Acid, Choline Chloride and Methionine. Any ideas? ''She'' seems to be eating and functioning fine, maybe slightly less energetic than the others (but that may be my imagination, she's still active).