Pullet One: 27wk old Golden Sebright Three weeks ago, she started sneezing and gaping. She was wormed with horse ivermectrin because I thought she had gapeworm (she's the only one with this problem). So far, she's not getting better. She is still eating, drinking, laying and acting normal, other than the sneeze and gaping. Should I use another wormer when I re-dose on day 10? Pullet Two: 25.5wk old Speckled Sussex I have already lost two pullets to this very same problem. Their tails start to droop, but still forage/eat, drink and act normal for about a week. Then, they will start to get lethargic and stop wanting to eat. Eventually, they just waste away and die. So far, she's still in the droopy tail stage. I have her on Corrid, but nothing has changed. I also wormed her with horse ivermectrin. Any ideas on what the problem is? I could only imagine it was either worms or cocci. Pullet Three: 16wk old Splash Laced Wyandotte She went on a 3hr trip to Maryland on Saturday to Msbear's swap and I noticed she had the classic cocci symptoms (except no bloody poop) - ruffled, head withdrawn, no interest in food/water, pale. So, I brought her back home. Yesterday morning she was huddled in her carrier, but standing. Three or so hours later my husband goes down to collect eggs again and came back saying she passed. He said he poked and prodded her and she didn't move. Well, she wasn't dead, but in the death position and pretty dismal looking. Since yesterday she's been in the house and I've been forcing her to drink poly-vi-sol (she hasn't eaten in a while) and Corrid water. Last night she totally flipped out and I thought she was having death spasms and that was the end of her. Nope. She still had her legs straight out behind her last night, with no use of her legs (could move them, but couldn't use them). She lived through the night, so this morning I started force feeding her hard boiled egg. She puts it down on her own, but won't actually take it on her own. Her legs are back under her and she has some use to them again, but can't stand on her own. She has better control of her head too - yesterday she was beak straight up, head flopped over and back... Today it's withdrawn but in the proper position. She's still ruffled, but not nearly bad as she was. So, what else can I do to help her out? Does it look like she's coming out of it? I don't want to get my hopes up, but I am thinking she's making a come back.