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I have a chick that is looking really sickly Im guessing that it will die but I was wondering if anyone could tell me what happened with it.
Heres a picture of it, it just hatched and I just took it out of the bator and it was like this.  That is an eggshell attatched to it.
http://i265.photobucket.com/albums/ii236/jalden2/100_4971.jpg


Edited by OSUman - 1/9/12 at 7:32pm

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There are too many breeds and varieties in the world to have them all... but its too hard just to choose a few.

Currently breeding Bantam Orpingtons, Anconas, White Faced Black Spanish, and RC Rhode Island Reds.  Also have Buff, Blue Swedish and Runner ducks along with Chinese Geese.

 

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He doesnt look well.sad
Hope someone with more knowledege on what could have happened comes along.fl

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He doesnt look well.sad
Hope someone with more knowledege on what could have happened comes along.fl


It died, I asked someplace else and they said it was an infected umbilical stump

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There are too many breeds and varieties in the world to have them all... but its too hard just to choose a few.

Currently breeding Bantam Orpingtons, Anconas, White Faced Black Spanish, and RC Rhode Island Reds.  Also have Buff, Blue Swedish and Runner ducks along with Chinese Geese.

 

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There are too many breeds and varieties in the world to have them all... but its too hard just to choose a few.

Currently breeding Bantam Orpingtons, Anconas, White Faced Black Spanish, and RC Rhode Island Reds.  Also have Buff, Blue Swedish and Runner ducks along with Chinese Geese.

 

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Originally Posted by maybejoey 

He doesnt look well.sad
Hope someone with more knowledege on what could have happened comes along.fl


It died, I asked someplace else and they said it was an infected umbilical stump


Oh I am so sorry. I have been following the thread but didn't have any idea what was wrong. Thanks for letting us know.

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Its very sad that your chickens are getting new types of disease but you know these types of disease really getting into animals specially chickens.  I am also trying to figure out the bird flu effects on chickens and  you know my information is getting into new bondages.

types of diseases


Edited by bradsigma786 - 1/10/12 at 3:47am
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Its very sad that your chickens are getting new types of disease but you know these types of disease really getting into animals specially chickens.  I am also trying to figure out the bird flu effects on chickens and  you know my information is getting into new bondages.

types of diseases


What are you trying to say?  And how does that link pertain to chickens?

 

OSUman  Sorry for your loss.  Sometimes chicks just don't make it.  At least the poor little mite didn't suffer long.

 

RIP Little Chick


Edited by CMV - 1/11/12 at 5:59am
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It looks like something with the umbilical, it looks like it didn't fully absorb.  It's sad to say that some chicks are born and die, and we don't know the reason.  Sorry about your chick.

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