Ok, this is day 3 of one of my Barred Rocks being in chick quarantine. I started to observe her sneezing one night. Later again I heard her, and only her, sneeze a few more times. No liquid, no goo...just a tiny sneeze. When you hold her up and look at her you can also see that she is just barely cracking her beak open as if she's breathing through her mouth. Not a full beak open pant, its so subtle you have to hold her up directly in front of your eyes and look straight across to see it. But otherwise she is totally fine. Eats and drinks lots, lots of normal poop. She's the most social and friendly of them all and will hop right into my hand and begins trying to come up my arm. I would hate to loose her. Anyone ever deal with this? How long should I wait to return her? (UPDATE) 3/2/11 9:56PM EST Just went in to check on the chicks. I returned this little girl back to her brooder with the other chicks this morning. She is eating, drinking, and so happy to be back with the others. Anyway, just now I went to check and she always comes right up to greet me. I picked her up and noticed she had a small bit of dried blood coming out of her nostril. So small I couldn't even get a picture. What could this be? I returned her to the 'hospital' until I find out.