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Fluffyflufffluff

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And the craziness continues! So I noticed one of my BJG pullets has a healing gash like wound on her side which may have been caused by a rough mating.View attachment 2062404View attachment 2062405View attachment 2062407 I noticed one tiny sand colored bug moving on the healing wound but saw no others, so not really certain it was a mite, and the coop is sand. One of my Bronws also seems to be in the lusty view of the same boy, who is big, heavy, about 10 months old and getting his spurs.View attachment 2062409 For the BJG, should I just let the wound continue to heal naturally? She is alert, and I saw no sign of infection. I never thought I would see so many medical issues in my first year of chickening!!!!
Poor thing. I hope it's not that infectious, have you checked in for a vet fo the poor thing?
 

Trevorusn

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Poor thing. I hope it's not that infectious, have you checked in for a vet fo the poor thing?
No vet, everything looks to be healing naturally. Honestly minus the gash she is like normal, with bright red comb and wattles, clear alert eyes and no signs of distress. It still shocking to see though, never saw a roo leave marks like this before.
 

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