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Ha ha ha.

 

-Kathy

;)

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Insane.
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everyone knows jenny
well that's because her numbers on the bathroom wall
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Update! My hatch was done with the last two chicks. I put some more in for the neighbors and they are on day 5? I dunno. The Brinsea is driving me nuts I can't get the eggs to all turn. ūüė°


What kind of brinsea?

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Gram Negative treatments are ineffective against Gram Positive pathogens, and vice versa. You have to know exactly what you're treating for to have a successful recovery... unless you just get lucky.

Yes, and something like Baytril will treat almost all gram negative respiratory and digestive infections that poultry get. 

 

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 Mycoplasma stains pink in Gram staining so it is Gram negative. It lacks the macromolecules required in its membrane that could make it stain violet in Gram staining.
Phylogenetically, Mycoplasma should be Gram positive. However, it is part of a group of bacteria that evolved from Gram positive bacteria but lost their cell walls and therefore became Gram negative.

Just learned that!

 

-Kathy

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Update! My hatch was done with the last two chicks. I put some more in for the neighbors and they are on day 5? I dunno. The Brinsea is driving me nuts I can't get the eggs to all turn. ūüė°

not sure why you have issues with that, do you have warranty?

 

 

 

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Thank you.


I just realized I could save this

 

I am saving all this crap now when I see it

 

So I dont have to ask

 

And can maybe actually help once in a while

UPDATE:

I have pulled extremely helpful NOTES, LINKS &

Informational Post Links from this entire thread

for EVERYONE'S convenience and will continue to put them HERE:

http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/incubating-w-friends-helpful-notes-links-informational-post-links

 

 

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well, gotta go candle a bunch of non-fertile silkie eggs, day 14 :he

and a bunch of OE & EE eggs, days 14 & 7 respectively.

better get it done before I finish the second tumbler. might give me a reason to celebrate with a third! 

 

Back in a bit. :frow

:fl

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if i have eggs sitting in a carton level in the incubator and the thermometer in the middle reads 101 and then i raise one end of the carton and the thermometer reads 102, is this fluctuation enough to kill the eggs?

can you try the tilt of the eggs in the carton instead of lifting?   I posted pics a few pages back about doing this

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Y'all going faster than I can keep up with tonight

Time to bail

Happy trails, & G'nite

3 Little Red Hens (RSL),1 big BCM rooster , & a raft of their youngin's

Not but 3 kinds of snakes I'm afraid of; big ones, little ones, and live ones

Have Crappie rod, will travel

Call me Ken,Whites, Whitey, or Red Dog; just don't call me late for supper

3 Little Red Hens (RSL),1 big BCM rooster , & a raft of their youngin's

Not but 3 kinds of snakes I'm afraid of; big ones, little ones, and live ones

Have Crappie rod, will travel

Call me Ken,Whites, Whitey, or Red Dog; just don't call me late for supper

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Regarding Baytril... It is banned for use in poultry, but for those of you that don't care about that sort of thing you might want to think about getting a bottle of it.

 

Here are some pictures of my first ever sinus infection. Chick weight - 800 grams. Gave 0.16ml of 10% Baytril IM.

 

 Here it is at 9 am:

 

Four hours later:

 

 

Here he is 8 hours later. Note that I have not wiped his face.

 

 

 

 

28 hours later - still some swelling that is hard to see in pictures and some clear drainage from nostril. Up five grams, which is not enough, but it's better than a loss.

 

 

Chick was 100% after just two shots, but gave two more per the recommendation of a vet.

 

-Kathy

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Y'all going faster than I can keep up with tonight

Time to bail

Happy trails, & G'nite

nite nite whites!!! :hugs

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I got to bail for a while too...night whites...sleep well.
I'll probably be back...after I'm done...wink.png
, might be reading real sloooooooow
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