So I am getting my first breeding pair of seramas. They are 3 months old and the lady just emailed me and said that she has noticed the tails leaning in the birds. She has noticed it in this batch of hatched chicks. When I initially saw then their tails were perfect. So my question is is it Wry Tail or can it be a vitamin deficiency. She told me it was more than likely a deficiency and it can happen alot in seramas. Can this be true? If it were wry tail would hte tail be affected from day 1 or would it all of a sudden appear? She said there are 5 different moms between this batch and she couldnt imagine they would all have the genetic trait that causes it. Thoughts?
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2/8/16 at 1:43pm