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After seeing that picture, I just ordered more wormer. Lol
Here in TX, I am not worried about them getting cold. I am worried about them getting picked or pecked by the other 2(1year olds)
This is where I got the idea from. I have since changed mine to a galvanized can also.
Looks like bumblefoot. A staph infection. That lump of infection will need to be removed. See the link....
Look for tiny bugs around the vent. I would dust with seven dust.
It's from being ridden by the rooster too much.
That looks like a fungal infection. Neosporin will do NO good. I would soak in Epsom salt and warm water then apply an anti- fungal cream like...
I would try to squeeze that out.
I know that I am spoiled with the horizontal nipples, as long as it's not freezing. (My mistake for not setting it up right to start with)...
This is my problem too. I have the exact set-up. I found a submersible aquarium heater at Petco. Com but haven't purchased it yet. The idea is to...
Squeeze the dickens out of it from the opposite side and see if anything else will come out.
Holy moly! That is gross, but I love the learning opportunity. Thanks
I would cull this bird. If he smells, he probably has coryza and will be a carrier and can infect other birds.
Oh my goodness. Good luck Melissa
I had to haul water out to mine too. Wattles got wet, but thankfully none froze. Good luck
Put some petroleum jelly on them. It will soothe them some.
I would make an incision across that swollen part and remove all the gunk from inside.
It sounds like ther is pus in there. It will have to be removed. You will be amazed how quickly it will heal after you remove the pus. Anything...
It may be a hard mass of pus in there. Just keep an eye on it. You may have to make another incision over the hard part.