1. orumpoultry

    orumpoultry Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Jan 30, 2012
    Trinity, TX
    My guineas, Cornish X, and injured chicks ( born with deformities ) are all on a 24% protien, same bag. Yesterday I was cleaning pens and checking feeders/waterers in the brooders. Only these three batches, and almost every chick / keet , has signs of pasty butt. And boy howdy it was NOT fun cleaning 30 little butts!

    So, is it possible ( since I have several other batches of chicks NOT doing this ) that this isn't a fluke, and it's actually because of a possible bad batch of feed?
     

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