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okay who has the link for the"clostridium perfringens" test?

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I saw it last year. Thought I bookmarked it... someone pm me and let me know where to get it

  I need to cure these chickens before they all become eggless.

I want to give them to a good home. but cant give away unlaying hens.....

because this is all consuming us and we have no life.

thanks

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I saw it last year. Thought I bookmarked it... someone pm me and let me know where to get it
  I need to cure these chickens before they all become eggless.
I want to give them to a good home. but cant give away unlaying hens.....
because this is all consuming us and we have no life.
thanks

Is that what you wanted the oxytetracyline dose for? If so, you might have better luck using metronidazole or tylosin for it.

-Kathy
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I tried both a while back   did no good  tried at different times of course.  tried it in pill for for the fish zole...

now more soft eggs, more runny poo   even before I started the Oxytertacline.

one of yall even said that the "chronic" condition is  "wasting" . Baby girl I would even recognize anymore

  okay who has the link  to that "test"..? Like I mentioned, I saw it and went to that site way back .

thought I bookmarked it but cant find it.

thank yall

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@ladyearth , can you do me a favor? Since it will be helpful for others looking for info on clostridium perfringens, can you edit the title of your thread with the correct spelling of clostridium perfringens?

 

-Kathy

post #5 of 5

To edit your thread try this:

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forums/threads/edit/1112046

 

-Kathy


Edited by casportpony - 6/7/16 at 10:21am
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