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post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by Jensownzoo View Post

Not sure about ready made, Here's what's in my one for chicks:

1) Electrolyte powder (gave them this to combat shipping stress)
2) Poultry Nutri-drench (has electrolytes, molasses, amino acids, etc...a good supplement for ailing chicks)
3) Probiotic
4) Vetericyn poultry spray for wounds
5) Blu-kote to dye wounds blue to prevent picking
6) Amprolium (I have liquid Corid) to treat outbreaks of coccidiosis
7) various size syringes to use for medication administration and measurements for dilutions
8) small roll of vet wrap -- useful for many things including splayed leg
9) vaseline to apply after removal of "pasty butt" poo
10) one pair tweezers

I also have the basic human e-kit available so triple antibiotic ointment, hydrogen peroxide, isopropyl alcohol, gauze, bandaids, etc.
I do want to add a treatment for lice/mites to my kit, but that's less of an emergency situation and I'm still deciding on which one to get.

What probiotic? smile.png
post #12 of 12
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Originally Posted by chcknewb View Post

What probiotic? smile.png

There are a lot of options. You can just see what your farm store has to offer. I ended up with Big Ole Bird brand, which is a liquid. There are powdered forms too.
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