Do not listen about the ACV it does not work for that. Only corid does and you add it to the water.No I haven't seen any bloody poop, I will be crawling around the play pen later to see if I can find any. I have over 40 four day old chicks in a large brooder. I truly hope this was a knee jerk answer by them and it isn't there. Regardless, my order in town (hour round trip) is ready and I will be treating for it if I see any bloody poop or lose another bird. It do you think, because they said it I should just add it to the water?
How about they give you new ones now because the mail is so bad right now. I am afraid that you might not get them quick enough with how things with USPS is going.Thanks, I believe you guys more than the Hatchery. They were like, lets us know if you lose anymore on Monday...
And the Hatchery will be refunding a lot of people.How about they give you new ones now because the mail is so bad right now. I am afraid that you might not get them quick enough with how things with USPS is going.
I am sorry that you are going through this. My opinion is that the person who said that is not helping their company because saying using ACV instead of Corid is a big no no... Many customers will lose chicks with that advice.
Thanks, the 1 remaining guinea and the chicks are dosed. No bloody poop in the guinea brooder, a little brown in the chicks. Didn't see any blatant red. I have my fingers crossed.