PearGirl

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So two pullets in the henhouse have fowl pox. Besides, vaccination, is their some type of other way to slow the spread before it infects all the other hens?
 

PearGirl

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Sep 12, 2020
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Thank you! i will try to keep them separate. Only one problem... One pullet has dry pox, and the other one wet. The wet pox pullet looks like she has this glossy, clear fluid on her beak which makes stuff always stick to it. Any way to get rid of that?
 

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Thank you! i will try to keep them separate. Only one problem... One pullet has dry pox, and the other one wet. The wet pox pullet looks like she has this glossy, clear fluid on her beak which makes stuff always stick to it. Any way to get rid of that?
I don't really know anything about treating the illness -- I was just suggesting how to slow the spread of it. Sorry.
I'd just wipe away the fluid when you notice it.
Good luck with your hens. I hope that someone else will be able to give you some more specific advice.
 

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