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Help my white pekin bantam hen has a black tongue and she keep sticking it out and she's a bit fluffed up and it looks like she's limping. We brought her at point of lay from a show breeder so she's from a quality line of pekin bantams she costed  us £30 to buy.


We've been keeping her with:

millfleur pekin bantam cock

lavender pekin bantam hen

millfleur hen (on nest)

Wheaten hen (on nest should have chicks anytime now)

Cream legbar hen (one of her eyes are completely  fine and the others completely  blind)

Bovan Gold line hen (recently was a bit fluffed up toke her inside for a bit but now she's fine .didn't have black tongue as fare as I know)


Also been in contact with:

 Silkie cockerels

 Gold line hens
 White stars
 Wild pheasants
 Golden pheasants
 Foreign Finches
 Diamond doves
 Chinese quails
 Japanese quails
 Garden fantails
 Dutch bantams
 Partridge pekin bantam cockerel
 Wild animals
 Rats (there's poison out but far away from the chickens and my black tongued white hen has only escaped once this week but she was not in the same fenced off area as the poison)
Neighbours   cats
Nice Humans
Bad humans (someone put our partridge cockerel underneath a flat rabbit hutch that nearly squashed him to death and took some fertile hatching eggs away
Basically she's in a free range pen with no netting over the top so she's came in contact with a lot of living things
so does anyone know whats wrong with her