There is such a wealth of experience and information here. If you could go back and do it over again, what would you have done differently with your flock that might help others? Trying to save other newcomers like myself a lot of foolish mistakes and heartache. I foolishly tried to rescue sick adult birds before I knew that could infect your flock for the life of the birds and now face the possibility of having to cull my entire flock of 16 birds because of my mistake. If you would share tips, mistakes or suggestions, it would be much appreciated. I will only ever buy day old chicks from trusted sources or hatch my own eggs after the state NPIP inspector tells me what is wrong with my flock after I pay to send samples to the USDA lab. I am heartbroken.