I am going to have my layers tested for MG (I can't ever remember the whole word, sorry, I hope you know what I mean). IF they come back positive here is what I understand, please correct me if I'm wrong. IF it comes back positive, I will need to kill the entire herd. The phoenix birds I have that are not in the same pen but adjacent, and have had much the same symptoms, would need culled too, right? The new birds that we just got that are in quarantine that are not acting sick should be fine, right? I'd probably have them tested too, just to be safe. They are in the same coop, but in the first floor run and are nowhere near the affected flock. Then, when I get that daunting task done, I would need to totally clean their pens, bleach them down and let them set awhile, right? I'm really hoping I'm jumping the gun and that is not what they had/have, but I think it is... If I have to cull them all because of carrier status, could I stew the not currently sick ones or is that not safe? Help please?