Yes, hoping it's environmental plus moist food (the pollen count is insane over here). I did worry about infectious bronchitis, but read there's not much to do but let it run its course (and provide antibiotics to help with secondary infection). That said, aside from the sneezy bouts, there are no other symptoms indicating respiratory issues or illness. Thanks, all.Sneezing occasionally can be due to dust, powdery feed getting into the nostrils, mold, or other environmental things. If the sneezing is the same chicken every few minutes, then it could be a virus called infectious bronchitis, that lasts about a month.
It's still ongoing but only sneezing. I've just giving her some bashed up oregano and rosemary in her food so crossed that helps xxIs this still ongoing? I'm having the same issue with a couple of my young girls. They have no other symptoms but do sneeze clear, watery fluid a bit too frequently for my liking (not unlike myself who suffers chronic allergies)... Weirdly it tends to be in the evening and after eating mash or fruit. It's enough that when they shake their heads near my hand I get droplets on me. I'm worried, but also wondering if it's just a strange norm for them...
The two main culprits have been sneezier than the others since they were a couple weeks old (they're 19 weeks now).
Not sure, other than vitamins readily available in different fruits and veggies (we try to give them a limited but diverse spectrum of healthy treats). Also, a little bit of plain greek yogurt every now and then helps with a probiotic boost. We do use rooster booster when the weather is particularly brutal and that always perks them up noticeably. Grain of salt though--after all we are the ones with the sneezy girls!Is there a vitamin I can give as I don't have any poultry booster xx