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My roosters top beak was broke when i got him now his bottom beak is grow longer and is curving up i know i need to trim it but dont know how its getting so bad he is loosing color please help
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I trim with fingernail clippers and with the pliers for cutting your toenails. Beak is like your nails and can be trimmed. If you are nervous, find someone who trims parrots. Poppy, my banty has an over bite that I have to trim from time to time. woot.gif
Safehaven Farm, Dandridge, TN, USA
Home sweet home to David & Donna Raybon, George the LGD, Jersey cattle, ADGA Nubian dairy goats, Ameracaunas, American & English Buff Orpingtons, French Black (&Blue) Copper Marans, Barred Rock, Austrolorp poultry and one bossy BB Red Bantam house rooster named Poppy
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Safehaven Farm, Dandridge, TN, USA
Home sweet home to David & Donna Raybon, George the LGD, Jersey cattle, ADGA Nubian dairy goats, Ameracaunas, American & English Buff Orpingtons, French Black (&Blue) Copper Marans, Barred Rock, Austrolorp poultry and one bossy BB Red Bantam house rooster named Poppy
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There are YouTube videos that show how to trim beaks. However, if you are not comfortable doing it after you check them out, call a vet that has a avian speciality and bring the bird there. Ask the vet to either show you or walk you through.
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Thank u
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Show a picture showing beak from side, top and bottom.

Make every effort to understand your chicken's biology and the environment that supports it.

 

 

Reminder to self: August 2021 Check Post #15852 in Show Off Your American Gamefowl

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Make every effort to understand your chicken's biology and the environment that supports it.

 

 

Reminder to self: August 2021 Check Post #15852 in Show Off Your American Gamefowl

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