Moing’s Journey - splay leg? Slipped tendons? Valgus deformity? Who knows.

PasoRoblesEgger

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May 30, 2020
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She’s so cute! She doesn’t look super runty, just really behind the others. :) I’m glad it worked for her too, that’s awesome! You never really know how they’re going to respond. 🤷🏼‍♀️
My sweet little runty girl died Friday 😞

Moing is doing amazing! So happy for you both.
 

Trisseh

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Jun 21, 2019
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Moing is getting big! No mobility problems, although her lower legs are a bit thicker than I expected and she has reduced range of motion of her feet/“ankle” area. And still very slightly cow hocked. And she decided to grace me with a “deposit” during our photoshoot. Haha.
I especially love the little crest feathers that are starting to come in now. :p
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M Brennen

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Jun 15, 2020
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Moing is getting big! No mobility problems, although her lower legs are a bit thicker than I expected and she has reduced range of motion of her feet/“ankle” area. And still very slightly cow hocked. And she decided to grace me with a “deposit” during our photoshoot. Haha.
I especially love the little crest feathers that are starting to come in now. :p
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I saw you picture before I read your post and thought, that’s a brave person to put a chicken on such a lovely bedspread😆
 

Trisseh

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Just over 7 weeks now - you would never know she was a problem child at the beginning. :)

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