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Where can I get a "beak guard". . . to prevent pecking/harrasment?

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I have one hen who will just not leave the others alone. . . .I'm ready to do something radical and make her wear a beak guard for ahwile. . . anyone know where I can get one?  thanks

post #2 of 11

I will get you a link. BRB

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post #3 of 11
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Originally Posted by bigstack 

I will get you a link. BRB


Thanks, much appreciated.

post #4 of 11

I have not used these but I like the looks of them.

http://www.flemingoutdoors.com/kuhl-peepers-and-blinders.html

Good Luck and God Bless!

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Ameraucanas and EEs, two Andalusian cross horses, some cats, a dog, a DH who is outstanding in his garden ...
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Thank you very much, Momo. . . that is exactly what I needed. . . .a place where I could buy a few of them, rather than hundreds or thousands. . . after all, I only need 1.  big_smile

post #7 of 11

You're welcome.  They work great - I have a hen who is now able to run with the flock because she wears one (she's not mean or bossy but had learned that feathers could be plucked and eaten as a snack).

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post #8 of 11

i would like to get three beak guards but all i see is you have to order a 100 at a time.  I don't need that many.  anyplace where you can buy less or anyone i can buy some off of?

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1 Red sexed link, 1 silver Lace wyandote, two Black silkies, 1 buff silkie, 2 golden silkies, 2 assorted silkies, 1 easter egger, 1 welsummer,

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Ebay
Cornish Bantams, Japanese, Game, Frizzled, Cochin Bantam, Polish, Bantam White and Barred Rock...
Going to have a mixed spring and it is going to be interesting!!!
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Cornish Bantams, Japanese, Game, Frizzled, Cochin Bantam, Polish, Bantam White and Barred Rock...
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post #10 of 11

oh, thank you

1 Red sexed link, 1 silver Lace wyandote, two Black silkies, 1 buff silkie, 2 golden silkies, 2 assorted silkies, 1 easter egger, 1 welsummer,

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1 Red sexed link, 1 silver Lace wyandote, two Black silkies, 1 buff silkie, 2 golden silkies, 2 assorted silkies, 1 easter egger, 1 welsummer,

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