Blood in pooh

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Mountainmamma, May 1, 2017.

  1. Mountainmamma

    Mountainmamma New Egg

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    Hi, I'm new to this site, so forgive any mistakes that I may make. I am hoping that someone may be able to help answer my question. One of my girls has been having watery poohs for a while with green curddles. The other day I noticed some pooh in the run that had blood in it, can't say for sure that it was hers, but everyone else seems ok. The blood has only appeared one day. She seems healthy, eats and drinks. The only thing that seems off is that she sometimes looks like she is cold, also she hasn't laid an egg in quite a while, but there again, all but 2 have stopped laying. I have 11 total and 8 of them are at least 5 yrs. old, this girl is about 3 yrs. and was hatched by one of my original girls.

    I am getting new chicks the last of May, they will be kept separate from my girls for now, but I am concerned that after they get older they will be at risk. Thanks for any help.
     
  2. Pork Pie Ken

    Pork Pie Ken Monkey Business Premium Member

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  3. Teila

    Teila Bambrook Bantams Premium Member

    G’Day from down under Mountainmamma [​IMG] Welcome!

    I am sorry to hear that you might have an issue in your flock. I agree with Ken that the folks on the ER Forum will be your best bet.

    Good luck!

    I hope you enjoy being a BYC member. There are lots of friendly and very helpful folks here so not only is it overflowing with useful information it is also a great place to make friends and have some fun.
     
  4. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years. Premium Member

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    Hope the ER folks can advise you on clearing up the problem in your flock.
     
  5. Mountainmamma

    Mountainmamma New Egg

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    Hi, thanks for your advice. I had considered that might be the problem and have the treatment on hand.
     

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