Ok, we raise and sell chicks on a small scale. I have in the past raised birds through the winter to sell in the spring, when everyone is so 'hen hungry'. One of my long time customers just had a test come back from one of this years babies as positive for Mareks. I currently have a hen whose legs are suddenly not working, She is seperated in a small cage, I thought she may have eaten something toxic or been injured, but she just lays there, eating and drinking. Our chicks are all hatchery, and I have always paid the extra 10 cents for vaccinations. Now, I have researched this, and learned the basics. Mareks is a Herpes type virus, present the world over. It is common, and can be spread by wild birds, and domestic. I have learned the symptoms, and know the proventions. Now, my question is "What do we do now!" I am not willing to cull my birds. I have about 150 birds ranging from 7 years old to 36 hours old. I have everything from RIR's to Silkies, and most are named and my companions. We do sell eggs as well. Does all of this have to stop now?