My buff orpington Bluebell is making a wheezing noise when she breathes It sounds like these: She was completely fine yesterday, but today when I got home she came over, and I noticed the sounds. There is an occasional sneeze or cough. She seems to be eating/drinking fine, is walking and foraging, bright and clear eyes, no muscus/congestion/crustiness anywhere. Perhaps her face is a bit pale and she isn't running or can't run but that's it. She seems completely normal besides the breathing. My production red has been jumping on her and picking at her, so she must be able to tell that the BO is sick. My third hen doesn't seem to care, but she is the one who's lowest on the pecking order. They are all about 6 months old. We haven't added new birds to our flock, so I don't think it came from other chickens... The 3 of them are out in our 3000 sq ft backyard all day and only stay in the coop to sleep. The coop has one side completely open. We don't have the means to do a proper quarantine... I could bring her inside but that's about it. What issue does she have? Is it a virus or bacteria, or something else? The people in the second video treated their hen with Vet RX, but I've read here on BYC it only works for mild infections or only alleviates symptoms and isn't a cure. Is that true? How do the 2017 antibiotics laws affect my ability to get medication? I don't want to rush out and get antibiotics if it isn't necessary. We have an avian and exotics vet nearby but that seems drastic and expensive, especially if we can cure her at home. I'm really worried for her. I'd appreciate any help you guys can give!