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My Flock Is Getting Black And Yellow Like Pimple On Their Faces Please Help!!!!!

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by puppies9099, Nov 25, 2015.

  1. puppies9099

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    Hi lately my flock has been getting black and yellow spots on their faces and wattles. They look like pimples but won't come off. They make my chickens look ugly and would like the pimple things gone. I have laying hens with these things on their faces. Also young pullets and cockerels
    Please help me make my flock beautiful again I will post pictures soon Thanks.
     

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    You're welcome. Good luck with them.
     
  5. puppies9099

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    Thankyou ill send pictures so other people with this problem can see what it looks like not as drastic
     
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    I hAd the same problem! I just use iodine and olive oil. Rubbed on every day they all fell of after they first turned black. We have a lot of moisture in the air. My hens get spring and fall. Good luck !
     
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    Thankyou but i havent done anything and they are falling off and their combs and wattles look pretty again thanks for all the advice i hope this helps with anyone else who has this problem
     

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