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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by Jjdesmo11, Oct 23, 2018.
The most common amount that people put in the drinking water is 1 teaspoon per gallon, but I have seen some veterinary references that say to use two. You have her separated?
Yes separated. I would rather do in water, syringe feeding hasn’t gotten any easier for me after doing it mutiple times if I put it in the water would it need to be given 3-4 times a day? Like dumping water? Or would it just be put in the water for 5 days. I need easy options since she’s eating and drinking. She’s wearing me out
You have a quart sized waterer?
Yes I’m using the little chick one. Would it be 1/4tsp then? Just times 5 days
Of that quart, how much does she drink in a day?
Probably about 1/3 or half of it. Last time I had her in there with her sister. More poop pics with worms. Smaller but are they still roundworms? Ugh so tired of poop pics on my phone
I just put two and two together. There are two types of poop. regular poop like this
and cecal poop, which they only do a few times a day, usually in the morning and at night. So the bloody poop is quite likely cecal poop, which brings us back to coccidiosis.
are they moving or are they dead?
Here's your poultry diagnostic lab contact info.
Kord Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory
TN Dept of Agriculture
436 Hogan Road
Nashville, Tennessee 37220-2014
If you lose the bird, necropsy results may be skewed after all the meds you've thrown her way.