Originally Posted by AmyLynn2374
No, she wasn't...lol Sad thing is, my son is sitting here today with a washcloth on his eye because the little one (who is an awful eye pecker) got him yesterday evening. (Must run in the family.)He was ok last night before bed, but it's back to bothering him this orning so we may be going to get it checked out.
Had wv quoted but it dissapeared. Kathy is a sweetheart.
Pumpkin is a natural dewormer.
I'm an enabler. I cut up everything in small pieces for them.....lol I try to make it so they don't have to "fight" over things.
I got pink eye from ground black pepper getting in my eye once. It scratched it and after that like 3 days later it was just goopy and nasty yucky and bright pink. It was horrible.
I don't know if this is true but I've heard dandelion greens in conjunction with something else is also a natural dewormer, I can't remember what it was that uou had to pair it with though. I think I've heard it's the pumpkin seeds that are the dewormer, I may be wrong about that though. I read all that on the Chicken Chicks website.
ETA: I hand feed mine everything except there regular feed. Although I've sometimes done that too, lol. Mine go absolutely NUTS over those little tiny wild strawberries. I'll throw them in the run with them cause when I try to hand feed them those they end up tearing my fingers up cause they peck at them like mad!Edited by meganhundley - 10/26/15 at 10:30am