About 14 days ago I noticed sneezing, coughing, and watery eyes. I read a lot on here and decided to do the Tylan injections. I started treating everyone (9 hens ages 22 weeks to 3 years and one 2 yr old Rooster) I lost a baby 22 weeker on day two of treatment and then an older hen on day 4. I treated everyone for 5 days and the rest of them seem to be doing fine now. Last injections was 9/13, and since then I think I have gotten 6 eggs out of the 7 remaining hens. I used to get 4-5 a day and I think the babies started laying right before the outbreak. Has anyone ever had Tylan reduce egg production? I do see a lot of feathers now so is it a coincidence that they may be molting? Or are they just still stressed out from the shots? They really didn't like it. LOL I am in WI and nights are getting down in the 50's some. I am going to stop and get some meal worms so if it is a molt I can help replace some protein. Any other suggestions?