Lesions on eyelid and lining of beak

Shimron

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Dec 3, 2020
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Two of my pullets have these strange lesions in the area under their eyes.

Top pullet has a respiratory issue, but the bottom one doesn't seem to.

Top pullet is a lot lighter than her peers at 290g.

The live in a coop with rice husks as bedding. I use a deep litter system.

I've currently put them on 10% enrofloxacin for 3 days.

It doesn't look like fowl pox, nor CRD, nor coryza, nor aspergillosis. I'm a bit at a loss now...
 

Saaniya

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Two of my pullets have these strange lesions in the area under their eyes.

Top pullet has a respiratory issue, but the bottom one doesn't seem to.

Top pullet is a lot lighter than her peers at 290g.

The live in a coop with rice husks as bedding. I use a deep litter system.

I've currently put them on 10% enrofloxacin for 3 days.

It doesn't look like fowl pox, nor CRD, nor coryza, nor aspergillosis. I'm a bit at a loss now...

Hey hi!

To me looks like a injury maybe from pecking but don't take risk you are doing good give Enrofloxacin it will heal also on beak apply some very little vaseline gelly on beak or u can apply Povidone Iodine cream too it will heal in 2 week
 

dawg53

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It's possible the vaccine didnt "take" due to lack of potency of the vaccine or wasnt properly administered. Additionally it could be a different type of pox virus in which there are no vaccines, ie; pigeon pox, canary pox, turkey pox etc...
If that's the case, the disease will have to run its course.
 

Shimron

In the Brooder
Dec 3, 2020
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It's possible the vaccine didnt "take" due to lack of potency of the vaccine or wasnt properly administered. Additionally it could be a different type of pox virus in which there are no vaccines, ie; pigeon pox, canary pox, turkey pox etc...
If that's the case, the disease will have to run its course.
So far the other pullets and roos don't seem to be showing symptoms. Let's hope it stays that way.
 

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