Her poop sometimes is like drowning in water and sometimes no pool of water but is still wet.If the poop is consistent like that, then I think I would treat for worms and Coccidiosis.
Thank you so much! I will do the treatment tomorrow and keep you posted.Looks like seeds in the poop.
I would use the Amprolium/Sulfaquinoxaline first then see what the poop looks like.
AFTER you finish treatment, give her some yogurt or buttermilk for a couple of days to help restore the gut. If you have poultry vitamins, give those for a couple of days too - but do this after the treatment.
How you give the yogurt/buttermilk is up to you - just a small amount of course.Thank you so much! I will do the treatment tomorrow and keep you posted.
Can i give yogurt/buttermilk as it is, or should i mix it with the feed?
Hello! Just an update.How you give the yogurt/buttermilk is up to you - just a small amount of course.
My birds like wet feed with buttermilk, so I go that route, but yours may like to eat or drink it straight
Im sorry for the bad photo. Do you think worms are the culprit of her watery poop?Hard to see it, but it does look somewhat like a tapeworm. If you can find a de-wormer that has Praziquantel that may be more effective than the Wormzole.
Do you notice if they have any mucous or canker inside the beak?Im sorry for the bad photo. Do you think worms are the culprit of her watery poop?
And i hope its not too much to ask about drooling chicken. Because i had a roo that died just this year and he also somewhat "drool" and then after sometime he loses his balance. And eventually wasnt able to walk/stand. I didn't have the chance to disinfect the scratch pen where he died because when i woke up there is a new hen and now shes drooling and looks like she's about to wobble too.
The only symptoms are the "drool" and stumbling(or paralized)
I checked her crop this morning before feeding her and its empty. I haven't inside her beak yet.Do you notice if they have any mucous or canker inside the beak?
Hard to know what's going on there. Could be disease like Marek's, a crop issue, worms or one of many problems that chickens can have.