Hello fellow chicken keepers! As suggested, I’ve answered the below questions in regards to my disease issue. I would be so grateful to have questions, comments, concerns, and advice with my first flock and my first outbreak. 1) What type of bird , age and weight (does the chicken seem or feel lighter or thinner than the others.) -5 pullets 4 months old (2 speckle Sussex, Silky Bantam, Amerucana, buff orphington) - no noticeable change in weight (showing symptoms for 2.5 days) 2) What is the behavior, exactly. - Sneezing, wheezing, coughing 3) How long has the bird been exhibiting symptoms? - 2.5 days 4) Are other birds exhibiting the same symptoms? - 3 of 5 exhibiting symptoms 5) Is there any bleeding, injury, broken bones or other sign of trauma. - none 6) What happened, if anything that you know of, that may have caused the situation. - lack of research into reputable supplier of replacement pullet - poor quarantine of new pullet - lack of biosecurity/Knowledge - abnormally hot weather – high of 111deg at one point - potential stress from starting to lay (just received my first egg on my birthday of all days!! – picture below for your enjoyment) 7) What has the bird been eating and drinking, if at all. - prince organic grower crumble 8) How does the poop look? Normal? Bloody? Runny? etc. - normal to occasional runny 9) What has been the treatment you have administered so far? - Denegard treatment solution mixed into feed –3tsp Denegard + 1 cup OJ + H20 up to 1 gallon - Same Denegard solution in water (hardly been drinking this will give fresh plain H2O today) - Oxine AH unactivated cool mist humidifier inside coop – 1/4cup oxine +1 Liter H20 · On the entire 2 days, the girls have access to cool mist throughout the day as they enter and exit coop. · Full forced treatment given to all 5 pullets for 1hr/day 2 x daily · Remains on during the night while girls are roosting 10 ) What is your intent as far as treatment? For example, do you want to treat completely yourself, or do you need help in stabilizing the bird till you can get to a vet? - would like to treat alone, vets in my area that treat chickens have poor ratings and have over medicated I hear. 11) If you have a picture of the wound or condition, please post it. It may help. - See attached video 12) Describe the housing/bedding in use - pine shavings as bedding - full access to yard and run when not sick - access to enclosed covered run only when sick So this is the first flock I’ve ever had and the first outbreak. Thankfully, you cant hear much of the wheezing or sneezing in the video they must be getting better. They seem to be improving I guess! Right now the 3 chickens showing symptoms are the two Sussex and the Amerucana. The “new pullet” who was sick before (buff orphington) is showing little to no symptoms nor is the Silky bantam. Is it possible the orphington has developed an immunity to whatever this is from her first time being sick? I’m curious what this respiratory issue could be, are there any thoughts on that? Is this something I will deal with for the rest of their lives? Do you agree with my medication methods? I wanted to avoid the preventative dosage of Denegard to get as close to organic as reasonably possible, will this result in reoccurring outbreaks? The Amerucana hasn't taken well to the mash, is there something I could do to entice her into eating it? My chickens have had free range to my yard/deck. Is their sickness all over the yard now? If so, how long could it be there? Does anyone have concerns about allowing chickens free range to places people/dogs frequent? Another HUGE concern I have is the safety and health of my 27 year old African Grey parrot (also pictured below for your pleasure). We have been practicing as best biosecurity practices to protect him as possible. Could he get sick?! He loves to eat cooked eggs, would my chickens eggs be compromised because of this outbreak? link to thread to new pullet: https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/is-it-always-serious.1250503/#post-20062236 video of chicken symptoms: video of oxine treatment: Thank you so much for your help!!!