I believe I have ulcerative enteritus going through my flock. I have lost probably 10 pullets and 3 roos to it. I sent one pullet in for necropsy and the preliminary results indicated evidence of ulcers in the intestine and liver but UE was not mentioned as the reason for death. So I did some research and one of the articles I read mentioned something about it being gender-specific with a possibility of gender propensity for getting the disease but it did not mentioned WHICH gender. Does anyone know if it is females that the die most often from the disease? Now about treatment, Im thinking of putting Duramycin in the water for my flock for a period of time and treating them all. Is this a good idea? If so, how much or dosage is suggested and for how long? Thank you for your advice and suggestions or comments on the subject.