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Thanks for the reminder! I'll be doing that this week, I think. It's only about 15° right now and not supposed to snow for a few days, so I'll get a little time out of it.

I'm actually glad they are limiting antibiotics. I see so many people who will just throw antibiotics at their birds, without knowing what they have going on. And the biggest issue is medicated feed. Low dose antibiotics are not good at all. Those are linked directly to creating antibiotic resistant bacteria, which is similar to the issues with people overusing chemical wormers.
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he.gif had a big post on why the regulations...and the site ate it.
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Wishing, sweaters for dd AND bubba.
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Originally Posted by WPFarmstead View Post

Thanks for the reminder! I'll be doing that this week, I think. It's only about 15° right now and not supposed to snow for a few days, so I'll get a little time out of it.

I'm actually glad they are limiting antibiotics. I see so many people who will just throw antibiotics at their birds, without knowing what they have going on. And the biggest issue is medicated feed. Low dose antibiotics are not good at all. Those are linked directly to creating antibiotic resistant bacteria, which is similar to the issues with people overusing chemical wormers.
Medicated feed has no antibiotics, just Amprolium, a coccidia med... It's a thiamine blocker that starves the parasite, no antibiotics involved.
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Medicated feed has no antibiotics, just Amprolium, a coccidia med... It's a thiamine blocker that starves the parasite, no antibiotics involved.
chicken feed doesn't, but a lot of show feed does for other livestock. Heck there some additives to show feed that makes animal develop cancer hmm.png
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in the words of our ancestors   ugh  :caf

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chicken feed doesn't, but a lot of show feed does for other livestock. Heck there some additives to show feed that makes animal develop cancer hmm.png
Yeah, just talkin chook feed...
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Yeah, just talkin chook feed...
yea, but the new laws apply to all hide.gif we thankfully don't use those type of feeds..
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well beans are in the oven and the boil over on the stove top :rant cleaned up and dishes done.  Kitchen put back in order sort of.  

 

hope ya'll's day is going goodliey.   I don't be knowing if that's enouth  spelling errors to knot.      Back latter forgot to start dishwasher.  

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Drizzly rain here. I wish it would just rain. Critters fed Made homemade cheesy hamburger macaroni & lima beans for lunch. Had to go this am to get dh's medicine for diabetitis. He didn t have any yesterday & didn t tell me til pharmacy was closed. Of course i had cooked a cake from cakemix with sugar & he ate 1/3 of it plus 2 large biscuits , pancakes & syrup, 2 pieces of loafbread. I don t know how high his sugar was but he seemed alright
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