- Mar 2, 2013
Guys, I have had nothing but bad experiences with goslings. The past two day I have noticed one of my two goslings pretty weak. I am rather concerned about her. She is acting relatively alert, is not wheezing, and has no bumps or lumps. However, she is extremely wobbly and weak. Sometimes when she is walking forward, she gets so weak and will just tip forward. he kind of leans upwards, and she just is not acting right. She is drinking quite normally, but will not bathe anymore and just lays down. She will not each much at either, nothing is appetizing for her either. Grain, grass, peas, lettuce, nothing. GUYS I NEED HELP. Before she gets worse and eventually dies. Niacin deficiency? Mold? Parasites? The other gosling is acting very normally. They were born in early May, would niacin still be an issue? Would it cause her to not be interested in food? Her eyes look good, or neck is good. Just not interested in food, a little weak, and very wobbly on her feet. Should I flood her system with everything, or try one thing first? Nutritional yest, dewormers, antibiotics? Vet is not an option. I must add that she is nibbling at grain and grass a little but will not eat it.