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fleas continued

Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by starkiller8, Nov 30, 2012.

  1. starkiller8

    starkiller8 Out Of The Brooder

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    you know i dont know what a big or small infestaton looks like but i think mine is big. im willing to do just about anything.
     
  2. Enchanted Sunrise Farms

    Enchanted Sunrise Farms Overrun With Chickens

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    Are the fleas in your house or yard?
     
  3. tellynpeep

    tellynpeep Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We need a little more information to help you out..... Is this a chicken question or a general flea/pet question? Are you sure they are fleas? Any pics?
     
  4. starkiller8

    starkiller8 Out Of The Brooder

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    im sure there fleas and i havnt seen any on the bedding but their on my chickens if u read my other one it has more details
     
  5. cluckcluckluke

    cluckcluckluke Overrun With Chickens

    Can anyone help me as well with the lice problem, i have already dusted them twice with lice and mite powder and they still wont go and now my little 2 week chick is riddled with them and it's horrible. My dad reckons that Chickens will always have lice and your just reducing the numbers when you treat them, is this true, should chickens always have some lice or do they have to be completely free of them???

    I really need help with this, it thoroughly annoys and frustrates me because I've heard they can eventually die form them and it puts them of laying and i dont want my future chicks getting them or any other new chicken or my new ducks that are coming in a couple of weeks. Please Please Please help.
     

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