help.....dont know what to do!!

Discussion in 'Turkeys' started by crazypoultrychx, Aug 24, 2014.

  1. crazypoultrychx

    crazypoultrychx Chillin' With My Peeps

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    so I have 8 turkeys and they are a pain in the ***** when I go to milk my goat....they are always getting into the barn and running off the kids from their feed.....well I thought of a solution and got a spray bottle and started squirting them to keep them out....it reached them and I was able to hit them with the water while milking....(quite a sight if I do say so myself).....

    well....I think I have messed up......now one of my hens has green snot and her face is swollen on both sides....there are no poultry vets around here and the feed store said all they have is an injectable that is not reccommended for poultry.....oh please help me....I dont know what to do....

    I lost their father earlier this year because I am stupid and he was getting picked on by my peacock so I put him in the horse trailer until I could catch the peacock and that took me several days and although he had food and water and was in the shade I think I gave him heatstroke and he died >>>> :(
     
  2. crazypoultrychx

    crazypoultrychx Chillin' With My Peeps

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    someone....anyone please.....I am leaving to go out of town and I need to do something!!!! PLEASE!!!
     
  3. Turkelie

    Turkelie Out Of The Brooder

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    I would say sinus infection. Can she breath normally? Can you post a picture? I've never had a bird that had one so I can't recommend anything,sorry.I think you did the right thing, trying to separate the tom from the peacock. I wish you the best.
     
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  4. crazypoultrychx

    crazypoultrychx Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I will go take her pic now....I think I am going to give her some garlic powder too!
     

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