Normal molt?

Aapomp831

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I’m located in NC... I have two chickens that are molting terribly but I’m concerned it’s too late for a molt. Does this look normal? This is only one of the effected birds.
 

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I’m located in NC... I have two chickens that are molting terribly but I’m concerned it’s too late for a molt. Does this look normal? This is only one of the effected birds.


Yes absolutely! NORMAL My both rooster molt hard this time and they still molting badly both lost their flight feathers and almost get naked on wings but keep the Protien level up and other multi-vitamins they will get all feathers back soon ..
 
Yes absolutely! NORMAL My both rooster molt hard this time and they still molting badly both lost their flight feathers and almost get naked on wings but keep the Protien level up and other multi-vitamins they will get all feathers back soon ..
Ok, that’s a relief... I was just concerned bc it came on so suddenly and her face looks puffy. I’m going to post some more pics
 
Ok, that’s a relief... I was just concerned bc it came on so suddenly and her face looks puffy. I’m going to post some more pics


Yeah I understand I was shocked to the naked wing on my rooster ..I'm still giving Vitamin E Cap once a week and daily multi-vitamins for fast growth of feathers
 
Yeah I understand I was shocked to the naked wing on my rooster ..I'm still giving Vitamin E Cap once a week and daily multi-vitamins for fast growth of feathers
Ok thanks a lot. I’ll grab her some vitamins today and give her some extra protein as well 🥩 (not literally a t-bone, was thinking more like some eggs or mealworms lol) 😝
 
I’m in Canada and still have a few molting - it’s funny how they all molt differently and how some lose ALL of their feathers and some only lose a few! You can really see how odd a chicken would look if it didn’t have any feathers :lol: Looks totally normal and nothing to be worried about!
 

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