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INCUBATING w/FRIENDS! come HATCH, LEARN, & Chat! w/hosts, Sally Sunshine & BantyChooks - Page 8098post #80971 of 1576314/9/16 at 7:34pmDon't be sad, don't cry.He did his work well and only by leaving could he teach my son the last lesson he needed to learn. Empathy for another soulDon't be sad, don't cry.He did his work well and only by leaving could he teach my son the last lesson he needed to learn. Empathy for another soul
Featured Stories on BackYard Chickenspost #80972 of 1576314/9/16 at 7:34pmThread Starter
granny banti kristin, hey gotta make this easy...... .Night everyone!!!Chaos18 Cluck cluck moo Fire Ant Farm Jessimom Pensmaster Roada Red Sally Sunshine canadachickens flocktastic granny hatchet kwhites634 mlm Mike
Currently Viewing12 Members, 7 Guestspost #80973 of 1576314/9/16 at 7:34pmpost #80974 of 1576314/9/16 at 7:35pmQuote:Originally Posted by Sally Sunshine
Wummer!!! good one!!
Not me kristin, I would get the sulfa med if I had to have one, it covers more
I keep a sulfa product from jeffferslivestock.com
called SMZ-Med 454 this on hand
Soluble powder containing 100% sodium sulfamethazine per packet.
Add 2 Tbsp to each gallon of drinking water of chickens for the control and treatment of infectious coryza, coccidiosis, acute fowl cholera, and Pullorum disease and turkeys for coccidiosis.
Treats bacterial pneumonia, bacterial scours and E. Coli in swine.
Treats cattle for bacterial pneumonia (BRD), shipping fever, foot rot, calf diphtheria, and acute mastitis.
That's a good point, with the multiple coverage. I actually don't have any of that on hand (seems like I have everything else). Gonna get some now...Quote:
Thanks for posting this!!!!!Quote:
Well, probably - seemed to fit symptoms, treated for cocci with amprolium, currently getting better. I didn't do a fecal float, though (I'll eventually get set up to do that at home, but don't have the ability now). Hard to comment on what's going on with your baby, I just know that cocci is common and have seen it before.... But glad it's better!
Sally!!!!! You need to distribute INSULIN when you post pics like that! You're gonna give me diabetes!!!!!!!
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Peter, Thank you so much for the lovely Pen!!! Amazing how you can work with something so small!!post #80976 of 1576314/9/16 at 7:36pmQuote:Nite SallyOriginally Posted by Sally Sunshine
granny banti kristin, hey gotta make this easy...... .Night everyone!!!
Chaos18 Cluck cluck moo Fire Ant Farm Jessimom Pensmaster Roada Red Sally Sunshine canadachickens flocktastic granny hatchet kwhites634 mlm Mike
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Night again!! I am O U T!!!post #80978 of 1576314/9/16 at 7:38pmpost #80979 of 1576314/9/16 at 7:44pmQuote:Originally Posted by Sally Sunshine
Hope you and the wife are doing better, good luck and great fun with fishing!!
Awesome!!! Sure looks great Benny!!
where did you get them and how old CH? No staddle feathering or hackles but if young roos they wont have that just yet, but their coloring would be a bit different. So I am not sure what to tell you!! Try the what breed is this thread on BYC or something.
Not sure how close that is to me in PA heard of it but never was there @4hBrahmas
What I do with ducks and geese was only lockdown if the air cell is getting larger aka draw down. so if some are internal pipping and drawing down you better lock them up. I have multiple hatchers and bators so I can put some into lockdown earlier than the others!!
AND I JUST FIGURED OUT THIS MAY BE WHY I DO BETTER HATCHING DUCK EGGS THAN MOST!!! I ONLY LOCKDOWN "as a single EGG presents it needs it" not as a group!!!!!
I am sorry! Dont know why this didnt hit me before!!!!
Nan Hanshaw, DVM, DACVPM
Chief, Animal Health Division PA Department of Agriculture
Bureau of Animal Health
2301 N Cameron St/Harrisburg PA 17110
ps there is a CPT class coming up close by as well!! contact Nan for that also!!
I tryed this email firstname.lastname@example.org and nothing
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