She's started making a gurgling/hacking sound about 6 days ago. I just finished 5 days of Corid for everyone and it hasn't improved her. She's still very active and inquisitive, running around and eating fine. I just know that that noise isn't normal since she hadn't made it before and no one else is making it. It's about time for the second round of deworming this weekend, but I'm going to wait until this vet sees her to start that.
Yeah, my flock aren't for eggs or meat or anything other than just hanging around like the horses, dogs, and rabbits, so if I can't treat them on my own I'll sacrifice the money to have someone qualified treat them. Hell, since my accident, I don't ever feel hungry so it's not like I'm making major changes not eating or eating Ramen. Also, a $200+ investment is worth having a professional check up to me, but, again, I'm apparently looney toons according to these boards.
I hope you figure out what's up with your girl
Our hens are almost done molting, finally. We get about 6 eggs a day, from 8 possible. I did have to put them back on the Feather Fixer, and they get extra protein every couple of days. Only one is still pretty bald on her back, even her little wing tips.
Our Faverolles are growing quickly, at that ugly phase right now. One of the boys is kind of aggressive, which I didn't think this breed was like that? Think it's due to the age? They're four weeks today.