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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by brahmakid11, Sep 11, 2011.
my chickens have coryza again for the third time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well, technically, they never get rid of Coryza, if that is indeed what they have. They never truly recover; they remain carriers and can have relapses when they are stressed. How do you know it's Coryza, by the way?
Quote:And it's infectious - meaning any birds you got after the sick ones FIRST got sick are likely going to be infected as well. It can be passed all through your flock. There's no cure and the best way of treating it (unless you are going to make a serious effort to keep a closed flock - no birds in or out) is to cull. I'm sorry but this will just keep happening and you don't want to spread it around.