I really wish someone could help me out with this... I read chickens don't just get colds, right? Should I be worried about the following then? My MFC bantam cockerel tried to shield my two pullets from the worst that Lee/Katia poured down on us. I didn't realize their shelter failed until the early morning and Milton was soaked through and shivering. I put them in their unfinished coop and left them to dry. The next morning Milton had a clear discharge from his nose and no other discharges/fever/lethargy/lack of appetite/thirst. Now. Milton and the pullets were all gaping and shaking their heads. Milton had a powdery residue on his comb, so I immediately thought mites. I powdered them with Sevin, dusted the bedding with poultry dust, olive oiled their ears and put vaseline on their combs. I also put them all on Duramycin-10; today is their 5th and final day. Milton's runny nose stopped less than a day and a half after he got it and the girls never got it. Milton's breathing was rattly when he'd tried to escape my hand from catching him (when he was made to breath heavy). I went out today and they are shaking their heads again. No gaping, no runny noses or any other symptoms. So, should I be concerned that they may have some serious ailment? I have 76 other chickens to worry about. And the head shaking, mites or still a respiritory problem? I am working on buying some Oxine AH so I can put some in a humidifier for them - in case it's a fungal thing. I know this was because of them being in the rain and catching a chill... No one else is sick and they were all inside the main shed. I don't know what to do and this is my thrid time posting about this. I am worried about the rest of my flock.