Photos available for viewing on Raising Baby Chicks post I purchased 6 Buff O chicks 2 weeks ago, and forgot to inoculate them for Fowl Pox, they are 4 weeks old and show no signs of fatigue. Now it seems that 3 of them have skin conditions that reflect that they have it. I talked to a local vet and described the dark colored spots on the comb and near the beak, one small chick has the left eye swollen shut and discolored. He thought that it was FP, and said sometimes they survive. I asked an local farm supply store owner and they said the chicks eventually die. Now feeling really stupid and do not know what to do. Would really like some advice or imput from the forum. The chicks are located in Hawaii. Should I give the FP inoculation to the remaining 3 that do not exhibit overt symptoms? Should I give the vaccine to the 3 chicks with the spots on their skin that indicate that they have Fowl Pox? Are the chicks going to eventually die? Cpuld they possibly survive? What complications are possible? Could you please give me some advice, or information, or web site to check out. Please comment as soon as possible. I'm not sure how to get photos of the conditions on this forum. Thank you.