This is Long, I am Sorry. I just came out to visit my sister. Her girlfriend left 30+ animals here. Among them are 15 chickens and 1 duck. Anytime I have googled a question on the chickens, what to do or what do they like to eat, it brings me to this site, so I just signed up. I posted a question with pics of the one chicken on petcoach.com for a free advice thing from a vet. That's as far as I got. One chicken has a yellow eye the past 2 days. The vet online tonight said definitely needs antibiotics. The other chicken has had a black spot on top of her head on her comb - I guess they call it? I think it's been about a week. The online vet said that it could be fowl pox, from others pecking at it, or parasites. I haven't seen anyone pecking anyone. They are all very lovey with each other. When I got here the coop was not clean enough, I felt. So I just went through that and cleaned it all out brand new. They always have a fresh supply of water and food since I have been here. I can't speak for before I got here though. I did notice they seemed like a little itchy or something. Not a lot, just every so often one would try to get an itch on them. There is a bag of something called earth.. Like a gray dust that I was told to sprinkle any where they bed. So I have done that in the coop and in the yard anywhere they like to lay out. Just not in their food area. My issue is I have no way to get to a vet. I am in the middle of no where, no transportation and no money. I am doing my very best to care for all these 30+ babies that were left behind. I am an animal lover and it hurts my soul if any are not okay. With the online vet saying antibiotic for the one's eye. I figured it did need an antibiotic but I was kinda hoping they would tell me a name of one so I could try to order something online but they didn't say. I don't know the name of the best kind to get. I also don't know how to get it without seeing a vet. I can't afford a vet or even get them to one right now with no car. I worry if I try to order something online and it's not the right one or it's the right one but has added ingredients that might harm the baby. I have been trying to get in contact with a rescue farm a few miles a way but haven't heard back yet. I would like to find a way to fix these poor babies as soon as possible, the best way I can. I do understand a vet asap is best and the responsible thing to do. I do understand that if I can't care for them properly that a rescue should step in. I am in the process of trying to fix what this lady left behind for my sister to handle. I do love these babies and want to find ways to help heal them if I can. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Sorry so long, just wanted to get all the details out there. I'm new to this chicken life and they are so darn cute, I just wanna take care of them the best I can. I am going to attach the pics of the chicken with the eye issue. I didn't get a pic of the other one's comb spot yet. I will try and snap a pic tomorrow of that. I was told also to separate them from the rest until they are better and that is another worry because there is only one coop. I have no way to do that so I need to try to fix them asap without spreading whatever it is that is going on. I was told they are all under 2 yrs old but a chicken person in town said no that isn't true. That you can tell by something with their feet. Lost on that too. She's a smaller chicken but not a baby. I don't know her age though. She's just very calm and sweet and I feel like trash about this situation. I need help to fix it. If anyone has an idea, I could really use it. The first pic, that eye seems fine. The second pic is the eye that is bugging her. Today it looks a little more closed then this pic. I need to fix her as soon as I can.