Thanks for the kind thoughts.
We have really switched gears at our place and spending lots of time with the four chicks that weren't down at the when the infected birds moved in.
Our chicks are 4 weeks old now, all four are different breeds and we are letting them spend the days outdoors in the shade under the cover of a dog crate with the bottom removed so they are having a good time scratching and enjoying the outdoors.
Hopefully these girls will thrive and supply us with eggs for our family over the winter, then in March we will start over with day old chicks and get the flock back up to 25 or 30 again and make sure we get at least one or two roosters to let us know who's in charge.
Also have baby rabbits due this week so moving on to enjoying farm LIFE for a change.
Thanks again.