Hi everyone. I have been reading some feed backs on here about chickens with nasal discharge. I have a rooster that has been sick for approx 2 months now. He was on sulfatrim for a bit and is now on another antibiotic (I can't remember the name). He developed this thick, semi-clear mucus discharge out of the right nostril only. Left is dry and clean. Everyday in the morning it needs to be wiped away, and usually in the afternoon also. Could it be a sinus infection? He has a hard time with his equilibrium, and is getting very skinny. He seems to not want to each much in the past couple days. Any other ideas? Had bloodwork done, came back with chronic infection, but nothing else. I don't want to lose him after he has been fighting this for 2 mths. Any help would be extremely welcomed.