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Little "Roo" having issues

post #1 of 4
Thread Starter 

My poor little rooster, Hans is having vent problems :(

he strains when he poops and it bleeds a bit while he is in the process of it... he also squats :(

what's wrong with my rooster? i'm counting on him for breeding stock in a few months. he is 4 weeks tomorrow and he is a Lavender Orpington from Meyer Hatchery. Do you think he was damaged while he was being sexed? i know that they are professionals and all, but accidents happen, no matter how skilled you are.

his vent has looked this way since he was little, and he doesn't have any fuzz covering his vent area.

what can i do? i put some natural hemorrhoid salve on it... is there anything else?

 

thanks! :jumpy 

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Truth is harder than a lie
The dark seems safer than the light
And everyone has a heart that loves to hide
I'm a mess and so are you
We've built walls nobody can get through
Yeah, it may be hard, but the best thing we could ever do, ever do
Bring your brokenness, and I'll bring mine
'Cause love can heal what hurt divides
And mercy's waiting on the other side.
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post #2 of 4
What about adding cooking oats to his feed? Electrolytes in the water is a good idea still. Good luck
Aww poor baby, what a gorgeous breed. I love dealing with Meyer Hatchery big_smile.png
IMO, I'd give them a call. I've called them before and visited when I have questions or issues. Not sure if sexing them would've cause issues though.

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new chick mama of 26 chicks: 6 BA, 5 GC, 5 BO, 4 SLW, 3 EE, 3 GLW &

a bunch of 2 legged kiddos along with 2 dogs and 1 turtle

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post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 

Okay, thank you:)

what would adding oats to his feed do? I am a newbie to this whole chicken thing :D

Truth is harder than a lie
The dark seems safer than the light
And everyone has a heart that loves to hide
I'm a mess and so are you
We've built walls nobody can get through
Yeah, it may be hard, but the best thing we could ever do, ever do
Bring your brokenness, and I'll bring mine
'Cause love can heal what hurt divides
And mercy's waiting on the other side.
Reply
Truth is harder than a lie
The dark seems safer than the light
And everyone has a heart that loves to hide
I'm a mess and so are you
We've built walls nobody can get through
Yeah, it may be hard, but the best thing we could ever do, ever do
Bring your brokenness, and I'll bring mine
'Cause love can heal what hurt divides
And mercy's waiting on the other side.
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post #4 of 4
Your welcome. Helps with digestive tracts. Don't worry about it. I'm thrilled when I know answers as usually I'm the one to ask everything wink.png
Any time just PM me.

new chick mama of 26 chicks: 6 BA, 5 GC, 5 BO, 4 SLW, 3 EE, 3 GLW &

a bunch of 2 legged kiddos along with 2 dogs and 1 turtle

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new chick mama of 26 chicks: 6 BA, 5 GC, 5 BO, 4 SLW, 3 EE, 3 GLW &

a bunch of 2 legged kiddos along with 2 dogs and 1 turtle

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