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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by Tony, Jun 29, 2008.
will the band-aid/cardboard treatment STILL work at that age? only on one foot btw.
as far as i know yes it will work if there is spraddle legs. Is there sufficient grip for the chicken to prevent this or could it be something else making the foot do this?
no spraddle legs, 2 of it`s toes curve to side, the chicken walks/runs perfectly fine and is growing like a weed, this is not affecting it at all. I just want to be sure it stays ok for when it`s full grown, it`s a black orp and as we all know, they grow large. It`s feet are huge, so I have plenty of space to work with. It`s only on one foot, the other is fine.
If anyone can point me to the link/area that covers how to do this procedure, I`d appreciate it. thank
ok all, nevermind then. thanks anyways. I`ll see if I can find info on my own.
can you hear me now, thanks for your response. I appreciate it.
This one shows how to use the pipe stems instead of the cardboard shoe. Did the chick have it when it was born? Or is it just now starting to curl?
it didn`t have it when it was born, I just noticed it the other day, so I`m not quite sure when it started. I only know that it didn`t start out that way.
It might be from a vitamin deficiency. Here is a website you can look at to maybe find out what caused it. Maybe someone else can chime in with more info for you.
Thanks for your help, I will definately look into it.