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They sell Durvet and VetRX at almost all feed stores. The rest you can get at CVS. in total everything should cost under $40. 

My farm:3 dogs (catahula, scotie, and soft coated wheaten),2 mini potbelly pigs pigs(boy and girl),1 goat,1 giant sulcata tortoise,9 hens(of different breeds),2 roosters (father and son), and soon guinea fowl and spring chicks! 

 

"I dream of a better tomorrow. A world where a chicken can cross the road and not have his motives questioned."

 

-the philosophical chicken (every coop has one)

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My farm:3 dogs (catahula, scotie, and soft coated wheaten),2 mini potbelly pigs pigs(boy and girl),1 goat,1 giant sulcata tortoise,9 hens(of different breeds),2 roosters (father and son), and soon guinea fowl and spring chicks! 

 

"I dream of a better tomorrow. A world where a chicken can cross the road and not have his motives questioned."

 

-the philosophical chicken (every coop has one)

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post #12 of 14
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We talked to our vet and they said to keep her quarantined and she should be alright.
I can't post pictures but... It is solid her poop.
She hasn't been sneezing and neither have her friends.
Confined to run, never free range, hay not that deep and the roof leaks and the hay smells moldy.
She is kind of quiet but it is really dark and pretty small but she's pecking and eats and drinking. I have a cockatiel and so I'm being really careful about germs between them so I can't check on her that much. Our vet said that they think she will make a full recovery.
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I'm glad she seems ok, but you need to get that mouldy hay out of the run. It's not good for any animal to be scratching around in mouldy bedding. I use wood shavings for my girls - they love scratching around in them, they are really absorbent if rain gets in and they don't go mouldy like hay does. The first bag you buy might seem expensive but it goes a really long way and once you have a layer on the ground it just needs an occasional top up.
 

Started out with 3 birds. Currently at 13 pullets and 2 roos

- chicken maths is definitely getting the better of me!

 

Member of the Derperella Club - we're all just going round the rooster here.

 

RIP Blackie (the best hen ever), Rusty (too curious once too often) and Cinders (my grey girl)

 

 

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Started out with 3 birds. Currently at 13 pullets and 2 roos

- chicken maths is definitely getting the better of me!

 

Member of the Derperella Club - we're all just going round the rooster here.

 

RIP Blackie (the best hen ever), Rusty (too curious once too often) and Cinders (my grey girl)

 

 

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post #14 of 14
Hi I'm desperately in need of some help. One Sunday my dog managed to flip my avory over letting my quail loose. We found them today unfortunately 2 died one male seems fine one is moving his head to let left when he eats. Another is all puffed up but my only girl left is really sick all puffed up eyes closed wobbly when trying to walk refusing water or food do sent put up a fight when handled. Right now she is on my chest under a blanket as the boys won't huddle with her not sure what to do
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