My bantam flock was diagnosed with a bacterial sinus infection by my vet. He's a very good vet but he specializes in raptors not in poultry. He is the only avian vet in my area. I never take my chickens to the vet, only birds I take are my hawks. Any way I finally broke down and took a sick chicken to the vet because he was getting so bad and that's when he diagnosed him and my flock with that disease. He prescribed, Baytril, and Tylan and my sickest bird was getting better but now he has taken a turn for the worse he suddenly can't walk or hold himself up. He's fighting though to stay alive and I don't him to die. His eyes are all puffy (vet said that was from sinuses) and he's loosing weight fast. This disease killed his mate and I don't want to loose anymore. Like I said I've been giving them the treatment but it's not working now. Does anyone know what to do? I really don't have another $300 to take him to the vet this week. And as for the rest of the flock only like 5 out of 15 birds are showing signs of being better, others are just at the same point of sickness and one just got worse with a swollen eye. Please somebody help!!! If they have any idea I don't want to loose my birds.