Hello friends, I'll try to summarize this challenging experience. Two shipped pullets got lost in the mail, finally arrived days late, one dead and one in critical care end stage dehydration. That was 11/15. It's been 24/7 care with feedings, vitamins, you name it. She had worms, mites, appeared to be runting syndrome, malnutrition, fever, and conjuctivitis, crusted over eyes, and convulsing. At 4mos this little baby weighed 200 grams. Fast forward to today, I've got her up to 278 grams, finally eating and drinking on her own, still heavy vitamin therapy. Took a detour on the road to recovery with a terrible convulsing, summersolting wry neck last week, which I am slowly making headway on. But the conjuctivitis I just can't shake. I think she may be partially blind in one eye, it has continued to be heavily swollen. The other has shown improvement. No more crusty eyelids, swelling has reduced. There have been no respiratory issues amazingly, so I'm sure it must be a bacterial infection from the inner ear possibly that has caused the wry neck. (The mites came streaming out of her ears when I had her at 90 degrees for a week to combat hypothermia.) needless to say, I've pulled out all my tricks on the little girl. I have not wanted to use sulfa drugs as they weaken the immune system, and she has been in such a delicate health space I did not want to jeopardize my progress. Droppings have finally started to look normal but do relapse to diarrhea after vitamin treatments. I have a variety of commercial drugs in my chicken medicine cabinet but again have not used them due to her fragile state. Should I at this point? I've heard of aloe Vera for avian conjuctivitis but not sure that would help. She's been a good sport about turmeric and garlic, to help fight bacteria and inflammation and it seems to be working. Anyone had a similar experience or recommendation?