How to Cure bumbule foot?

Sep 25, 2019
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Hello im just here new and recently started here and found this website.

I'm here to know how to cure bumble foot and roughly how long it will take to heal?

the bumble foot is not bad at all and must of catch it early, if you know more about bumble foot please let me know any further notice Thankyou.:thumbsup
 

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A light case will require only minimal treatment. It should heal in a week if the wound doesn't go too deep.

The first step is to soak the feet in warm Epsom salt water for about twenty minutes. Then, taking a finger nail, scrape off the scab. If there's a plug of pus, which is waxy in chickens, it should come out when you remove the scab. If not, scrape any pus from the wound.

Spray with Vetericyn, let dry, and smooth on antibiotic ointment (no pain reliever) and bandage. I use a non-stick gauze pad over the wound, and I wrap the foot with Vetrap to keep the dirt out and release the patient back to the flock.

Check the wound in two days, and if healing well, the bandage can be left off. If the wound is still festering, repeat the soak and re-bandage.

Some light cases will heal in less than a week, while some stubborn cases will require weeks, months, or longer of treatment.
 
Sep 25, 2019
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3
8
A light case will require only minimal treatment. It should heal in a week if the wound doesn't go too deep.

The first step is to soak the feet in warm Epsom salt water for about twenty minutes. Then, taking a finger nail, scrape off the scab. If there's a plug of pus, which is waxy in chickens, it should come out when you remove the scab. If not, scrape any pus from the wound.

Spray with Vetericyn, let dry, and smooth on antibiotic ointment (no pain reliever) and bandage. I use a non-stick gauze pad over the wound, and I wrap the foot with Vetrap to keep the dirt out and release the patient back to the flock.

Check the wound in two days, and if healing well, the bandage can be left off. If the wound is still festering, repeat the soak and re-bandage.

Some light cases will heal in less than a week, while some stubborn cases will require weeks, months, or longer of treatment.


Thankyou so much!
 

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