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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by pianotuner3, Mar 19, 2019.
Has anyone saved a ginney with frozen toes ?
No. But here is an article on frostbite and it may apply the same to all fowl with instructions for prevention and treatment.
Welcome to BYC! What is a ginney?
No, I’ve never came across frost bite with my guinea fowl.
Try posting about your guinea here https://www.backyardchickens.com/forums/emergencies-diseases-injuries-and-cures.10/.
Welcome to BYC
Oh, a guinea
Hi and welcome to BYC. I hope the ER folks can help you.
Welcome to our eggcelent flock here at BYC. Others have given excellent advice in this thread.
You may also want to check in with folks on the guinea forum. Just click on "forums," at top of page and then scroll down till you come to "Guineas)
Welcome to Backyard Chickens.
I've never had a frostbite problem and haven't raised guineas but want to say hello and hope all the best for you!
I have several toeless or foot/feet less birds..
I just ignore them and the feet/toes either get better or they fall off..
I do not expect others to do what I do..I point it out simply to show it is not always life ending...most the time it is just toe ending...
This is Hobbles..(guess how he got the name)
he has two stubs and gets around just fine.. he even roosts with the girls at night.