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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by chickenboy95, Feb 22, 2009.
What is it?
What is the cure?
How do they get it?
A lot of things might cause this.
here is a link to some discussions that should help.
A picture would help, and information on age, type of chicken, appearance of droppings, feed regimen and all symptoms noticed- fluffing, dirty rear, drooping wings, wheezing...etc
I had a roo, that had that happen too. I treated him with VetRx for 2 days and it cleared right up.
i will try to get a picture. the rooster and hen are 6 months old, they are golden sebrights,there droppings are hard and normal,they eat layer mash and scratch grain on occasion and they act fine unless its cold then they fluff them selves up and dont move alot sometimes there wings droop sometimes,and sometimes the roos wheeze. please help i want this to go away.