1. Juan de

    Juan de Songster

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    Just noticed this today and i thought it was something stuck on her beak but it is very hard. Ive been waiting 30 weeks for her to start laying and she squated today so losing her would really suck.
     

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  2. Eggcessive

    Eggcessive Crossing the Road

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    It is hard to know exactly what that could be on her beak, possibly an injury or peck wound, I can’t tell. I would try moistening it with some plain neosporin ointment or coconut oil to see if it softens and comes off. Is her nostril open on that side where she can breathe okay?
     
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  3. Juan de

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    This is the first time ive seen something like this but i hope its nothing too bad. It looks like she can breathe not too sure ill have to take another look tomorrow
     
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    Eggcessive Crossing the Road

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    Let us know how it is doing in a day or so.
     
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  5. Juan de

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    looks to be gone now!
     
  6. dawg53

    dawg53 Humble

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    When you get the chance, look inside her mouth for anything unusual and let us know.
     
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  7. FishMtFarm

    FishMtFarm Guilty fluffy chicken petter...

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    Looked like a bruise or blood blister to me. Probably got pecked or shook her head and hit her beak on something. Glad it’s gone!
     

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