Infected Comb?HELP!

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by LittleBrownie, Oct 1, 2015.

  1. LittleBrownie

    LittleBrownie Queen of Stache

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    So noticed my hen got these yellowish bumps on her comb.. Very yucky. Help needed.
    I will try to upload photos.
     
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  3. LittleBrownie

    LittleBrownie Queen of Stache

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    Thank you very much for the link!
    My phone is unable to upload a photo. Gr!!...
    I'll upload one when I can.
     
  4. Eggcessive

    Eggcessive True BYC Addict

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    Dry fowl pox would affect the comb, wattles, face, and other parts of the body. I'm not sure that is what you are seeing, but they can appear very light, then tan, and darker brown as they scab. Mosquitoes transmit the pox virus, and unless there are complications such as wet pox in the throat, or eye infections, it usually goes away in 2-3 weeks. Iodine applied to scabs can help dry them up, but otherwise don't disturb the scabs (if it pox.) . Hopefully you can send a picture.
     
  5. Mutt Farm

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    Do you think vetracin opthalmic would work on foul pox lesions?
     
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    Eggcessive True BYC Addict

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    Vetericyn is very good to use for treatment. Fowl pox is viral, but the Vetericyn should help fight bacterial infection.
     
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  9. LittleBrownie

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    Now most of my flock has it
     
  10. coopdeville15

    coopdeville15 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Looks like fowl pox, my flock is just now getting over the same thing.
     

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