I lost a few chicks and was clueless as to what was going on so I took one to the poultry lab and the necropsy report said necrotic enteritis. I had some tylan 50 from TSC on hand for another chick that was sick with something else (sheesh) and read that this could treat enteritis as well. The moment another chick started showing the same symptoms, I gave her the tylan for 5 days - she's all better. The problem is I'm giving it to them orally, which I know isn't the best way as it's meant for injecting, but I'm just not comfortable doing the injections, esp on smaller chicks. I have a feeling this might make it's round through the flock as another chick started showing symptoms two days ago. She's better as well BUT this would be WAAAAY easier if I have the tylan soluable. I called the vet and ask if they could prescribe it with the necropsy report and they said no, I'd still have to pay, at minimum, $65 to just be seen. This was super frustrating as I know what the issue is and know the treatment, I've seen it work.. Anyway, I saw some on ebay but I was a little sketched out about ordering. Anyone have thoughts on it? Also, if anyone has experience with necrotic enteritis, sharing your experience would be helpful, particularly if your whole flock was affected and the treatment used... etc. Thank you!