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Hello

My rooster, has respiration infection and need a natural homemade cure if not then antibiotics or whatever can help.Where do i get the product from or can i give a human food for him to get better if some foods can.He is really ill and needs your help!!!

post #2 of 6

Some people use VetRx for respiratory illnesses. It is an all natural product made out of oils. Tylan 50 is the go-to antibiotic for respiratory diseases. 

You need to make sure your rooster is isolated from the rest of the flock to prevent spread of disease.

How do you know he has a respiratory infection? Can you tell me some of his symptoms?  

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he has nasal drainage a lot and his beak is going weird and he breathes making a weird noise and eye which is the worst is shut and watery.where can i get these from my fed store has none checked today and i doubt the vets do anything with chickens especially around London area.Is there a shop because i heard some human foods and medicine help i have tried diluted apple cider vinegar and garlic.

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Yes, that does sound like URD.

Oops do we live in different countries? I'm not sure how to help. You may want to google "Tylan 50" and see if you can find anyone who would ship it to you. Also, try to find an avian vet in your area. They may be able to help your chicken. I'm sorry I couldn't help more

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i will try to get to a vet and thank you anyway

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Originally Posted by chickenpets786 View Post

i will try to get to a vet and thank you anyway

A vet would be best, but if you can't find a vet, you could try human antibiotics if you have some.

-Kathy
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