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Medicine for gleet vent?

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Please. I tried the natural stuff and it did not work. I need something quick. And dosage please.
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You can apply some anti-fungal cream topically 2x a day for about 2weeks also if you can get some Nystatin  from your vet that would be most helpful.

 

 

http://www.tillysnest.com/2012/12/vent-gleet-prevention-and-treatment-html/

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I've been raising chickens for about 15 years and have never ever dealt with gleet. I'm so frustrated. I think it's the guy I bought the chickens from. It looks like another one has it now. Ugh

This is what I went out and purchased. No clue how to use any of It.
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Can you post some photos of the chickens that are affected by the vent gleet?

What "natural stuff" did you use for treatment?

 

 

Ivermectin is an anti-parasitic. Do you think she has worms instead of vent gleet?

 

The probios is for intestinal health.

 

Vetericyn is a very good antiseptic.

 

The Topical Fungicide, I am not familiar with, so you would have to research the active ingredient(s) in that. You may want to consider a anti-fungal cream like those used for athlete's foot fungus.

 

http://www.tillysnest.com/2012/12/vent-gleet-prevention-and-treatment-html/

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