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Stargazer in 1 eye?

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Is that possible? It's a quail chick.
post #2 of 5
I'm not quite sure what you mean by in one eye? Do you mean it's head is bent to one side?

Can you give a little more detail as to what it's doing?
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post #3 of 5
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Well, my chick has one eye closed, it won't open.
He pulls his (she pulls her ;) ) head backwards every now and then, but it's not wry necked (yet?)

 

I read that closed eyes could be stargazer?

post #4 of 5
Can you open the eye to check that nothing has got in there?
What feed do you have your quail on? Is it higher protein game bird feed?
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I have 27% for the chicks as well as the bigger birds.
It seems to fixed itself, I did give poly vi sol though.
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