pictures of feet repair and splayed legs

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by pusskatkins, Oct 21, 2010.

  1. pusskatkins

    pusskatkins Songster

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    From what I understand my low humidity in my incubator caused curled feet and possibly splayed legs. This Little Giant incubator wil never be used again. I did everything possible to boost the humidity on this hatch. Sponges, washcloths, plugged the bottom drainholes with styrofoam and the humidity never increased over 50%.
    Any way, here are pictures of the three chick
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    Last edited: Oct 21, 2010

  2. S*T*A*R

    S*T*A*R Songster

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    AWW!! They look so cute!! I'm sorry about their legs!!! Hope they get better soon!! - kisses to feet -
     
  3. Oh Poor Babies. Hope your fixes work and they get better.
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  4. awe, he's a lil duck!!!! draw him some smiley faces on his lil special shoes!!!!!
     
  5. pgpoultry

    pgpoultry Songster

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    I think your chicks will turn out absolutely fine....your 'boots' and 'shackles' are very well placed.
     
  6. Chicks Galore3

    Chicks Galore3 Artistic Bird Nut

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    how do you do the toes? my chick has curled toes...
     
  7. Daloorashens

    Daloorashens Songster

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    I know these are older pics, but how did this chick turn out??
     

  8. teresa swan

    teresa swan Hatching

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    I put a rubber drawer liner down after several attempts that did no good with the vet wrap. Several hours later it worked
     

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