HELP CHICKEN DIEING

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by TinaHail, Mar 14, 2017.

  1. TinaHail

    TinaHail Out Of The Brooder

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    Rooster went in fight with other rooster. Most likely but it's eye! What do I do?

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  2. TinaHail

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  3. ChickenCowboy02

    ChickenCowboy02 Predator Slayer Premium Member

    Can you take him that to a vet?
     
  4. TinaHail

    TinaHail Out Of The Brooder

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  5. TinaHail

    TinaHail Out Of The Brooder

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    My parents won't let me
     
  6. ChickenCowboy02

    ChickenCowboy02 Predator Slayer Premium Member

    Yeah, your parents sound like my dad. Other than vet I'm not sure.
     
  7. madelines hens

    madelines hens Out Of The Brooder

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    i would clean it with vinegar then separate him from the other hens or roosters for about two weeks or until healed fully. i hope it works cause he looks like he is in pain a lot of pain
     
  8. madelines hens

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    i would clean it with vinegar then separate him from th other hens or roosters for about two weeks or until healed fully. i hope he gets better cause he looks like he is in a lot of pain.
     
  9. madelines hens

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    and water mixed with the vinegar
     
  10. Eggcessive

    Eggcessive Chicken Obsessed Premium Member

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    Just use saline or plain waterfor his eyes to clean them, and some weak betadine for wounds. Vetericyn is also good for wounds. Plain triple antibiotic ointment on wound twice a day. Keep hurt rooster in a separate pen to heal. Most mature roosters will fight, so preparations ro keep them separate in future should be taken.
     
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