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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by scflock, Sep 23, 2015.
4. This is about the point it happened to the others
A drop or two of mineral oil inserted anally can help too.
I've seen similar with early dehydration, with chicks/poults left in a forced air hatcher for too long. By the time they got water, they already had a hardened mass ahead of the anus.
This one was the late hatcher from Monday, also from one of the hens that has produced this issue before. It was in pain, and breathing getting ragged. Not any more. About to do my first necropsy. From the outside it looked like nothing had ever passed
have at it
I'll stick with my English Shepherds, they don't kill my chickens. Kept a possum off them for two weeks once
only I would be so dumb as to breed bird dogs and breed birds right?
No, my parents used to breed golden retrievers and had chickens