Hi all. I have been dealing with sick chickens for a couple weeks. I was cleaning my pen (1 game roo and 8 Game hens all 41 wks old) when I noticed a hen sneezing. I thought the dust was getting to her so I stopped and wet the pen down and continued. 2 days later, she had tiny bubbles in one of her eyes. The next day my roo had the same and was sneezing (almost like hiccup sounds). I started Duramycin-10 ( 1tsp. per 1 gallon water) that day and the roo was better within 3 days. The hen got worse so I isolated her and had to hand feed and water her. She developed a huge "pus pocket" ? over the bubbly eye and her head developed swelling around the ear and side of beak. By the 9th day of her sickness she was totally blind, even though her other eye looked perfect. Everyone else was healthy and happy so I thought it was something mild that just affected her worse than the others. This past Saturday, I noticed my roo sneezing and had the bubbly eye again. I immediately started the Duramycin on that pen again. He got worse within 24 hours and died Tuesday morning despite being hand fed and watered. The hen died yesterday. I have another hen with the bubbly eye and sneezing so it isn't going away. I contacted the GA Poultry Lab in Tifton, GA and he had me to dose the remaining flock with 5 tsp. Duramycin to 1 gallon of water. I had already buried my roo but he came and picked up the hen for necropsy and I should get the results by Tuesday. Just wanted to post to share my story and I will be back with the results of the tests so this may help others facing this. I have 2 other pens with younger chicks but so far they are well. He said to dose them the same if I notice any symptom but so far so good. Keep your fingers crossed for me that this isn't something that will cause me to dispose of the whole flock. My chickens are my babies and it was hard to lose the 2- I can't imagine going out to empty pens.