I found this post and it has helped me and I have also added to it si I have the items on hand. https://www.backyardchickens.com/a/...dy-and-essential-supplies-and-how-to-use-them Ive added 2 different sized scissors, large and a small near the size of a scissor used for embrodiery. A pocket knife A baggy of flour, for bleeding styptic stick vaseline ky jelly lamb feeding kit - for tube feeding chicken valbazen wormer tylan 50 glovers needle & thread incase ever need to do stitches super glue small bottle honey - for prolapse small baggy of sugar for prolapse bottle of saline. solution iodine solution, weak for wound cleaning baby asprin can of starting fluid - to euthanize papertowels eyedropper magnifying glass towel for a bird wrap small tubes pliable plastic for drainage if needed for stitches probiotics calcium tablets nail trimmer small bowls and plastic basin used only for animals, cleaned with bleach small syringes & needles for subcutaneous injections (feed store has them) various sized syringes for feeding or medication. I have all of these items on a shelf by the backdoor, with a box so I can grab what I need and head out to the animals. I am an old EMT-D, am learning what applies to humans applies to chickens too. (they just can't tell you what is wrong) I am sure I'll be adding things or swiping from the human kit as time goes by, this seems to be a good start. As we have so many people with injuries, illnesses thought it would be good to post this.