So... I had bought 8 new chickens. Unfortunately, they were delivered while I was at work and the family stuck them straight in with my healthy flock of 8! Grrrr... The new hens were not kept in ideal conditions being that they had a decent amount of space but it was not particularly clean. When I had originally visited the place where they were living, I spent a fair amount of time in the coop and did not notice any sneezing... As a matter of fact, no one was sneezing until about two or three days after arriving here. This has now been a little under a week and just this morning I heard one of my original hens sneeze... Ugh! Whatever is going on, is apparently infectous. I was thinking Coryza... But everything I read mentions eye symptoms, not one hen has this in any form. They are clear eyed, active and eating. I can hear nasal congestion and they sneeze, but there is no sign of difficulty breathing. So I'm wondering if this is more of just a bacterial condition stemming from the new girls' prior coop condition??? I've started them on garlic and ACV, just as my girls always get. I'm all about more natural alternatives to harsh chemical treatments, unless it comes down to that. Vet visits are not an option for where I live.... No one sees stock outside of equine care in my area. Any ideas?