Thank you. I was worried it might be this. I will get her to the vet as soon as possible.This may be a sign of mycoplasma gallisepticum or MG, a chronic respiratory disease that causes conjunctivitis and sinus infection. If you can get Tylosin or Denagard, Baytril, or Oxytetracycline, that can treat symptoms. It doesn’t cure the disease, and your other flock members are probably already exposed by the same source.
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Thank you. She is a real sweetie.It can be a common disease in some backyard flocks. It tends to show up in times of stress, such as cold weather and molting. She may get batter and never have it again or she might get it later. You are treating early, so that is a good thing.