- Aug 14, 2016
Can anyone tell me if it's safe to eat the eggs of a hen that was given blood stop power? I am not sure what it means when the precautions say not to give to food producing animals? Thanks
Shouldn't be a problem, you'd have to find out what the ingredients are in the blood stop then decide, but I doubt it's anything toxic that could make it into the eggs when used topically.
Next time just use corn starch, works better anyway IMO.
Quote: I learned that when clipping the dogs toenail too short and was out of blood stop......
.....quick internet search gave me the answer, I guess you can use flour too but corn starch worked better, haven't bought blood stop since.
I've never had a chicken comb injury bleed long enough to have to intervene, have had a bleeding pin feather that nothing but plucking it would stop the bleeding