just in case supplies?
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Pin less peepers (maybe not this exact brand)
Dog crate or carrier ready for use
I will post more if I can think of any!
Edited by LeafBlade12345 - 9/27/15 at 8:50pm
Leafblade gave a very good list.
My only additions would be:
Vetericyn wound spray
probiotics (chick saver)
good pair of small scissors (bandage removing scissors are great if you can get one as they have one dull tip, helps get vet wrap off)
For bandaging, rolled gauze works really well and
Vet wrap, Tractor supply carries usually. Works MUCH better than the stuff for people. Get white or tan. Colors can encourage pecking.
I buy the wide rolls and cut into strips the length and width needed.
Something for feed and water in the crate that won't spill.
Perhaps an antibiotic for wound infection emergencies, if you don't have access to a vet. Fish mox, Fish enro etc.
I would check out some other feed or farm stores. The ones that cater to cattle, goats, and other animals may have a lot of the things you need. southern States Cooperative, Rural King, and local Purina Feed stores will have many of the worm medicines, antibiotics, disposable scalpels. Jefferspet.com is one of the best for medicines and supplies. http://www.thepoultrysite.com/publications/6/diseases-of-poultry/195/fowl-pox/