I brought a rescued hen home who I separated and when I thought I knew she was healthy I put her in the coop with the other birds, she stayed distant from them and started acting sick after 2 days of being in the coop. I took her inside and turns out I'm 98% positive she was a carrier for coryza the next day 2 more had come down with the same thing and I immediately separated them. I am going to switch out the bedding with sand and I am disinfecting their water dishes and adding some tylan 50 to the water to kill anything else. Is it possible to salvage the other birds before they become infected? I am going to cull the 3 that I know are sick and have symptoms, if the others never show symptoms of the disease will i be correct in thinking that they did not become infected and are clean?