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Another thought, would it be possible for you to post a copy of the necropsy report?
Wow, so sorry. Can you upload a video to YouTube or Vimeo then copy/paste the link here? Can you also tell us more about your setup and what you feed?
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@KsKingBee and @KikisGirls are correct, those are lice, and for some reason that type love peafowl. I treat mine with 1%...
I think float is one of the terms they use. Also important is the float method, but I don't know enough to say more than that.
Oops, I see @Pyxis beat me to it, lol.
I mean this in the nicesy way possible, but where did you read that? I am still waiting for someone to show me a source that says amprolium and/or...
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If the feed is medicated with amprolium and/or bacitracin it is *100% safe* for all waterfowl. @Pyxis just started a thread on...
The max dose of the pour on *I* use is 0.09 ml per pound, so 0.45 ml per five pounds.
According to a vet on a FB chicken group that overseen by vets, the withdrawal time is over 4 weeks. I can't remember exactly what they say, it...
Ask @KikisGirls about her most recent fecal, you might find what she says interesting.
The name of the drug to avoid is monensim: