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POULTS DYING

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by birdsgalore, May 7, 2008.

  1. birdsgalore

    birdsgalore In the Brooder

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    INCUBATING TURKEYS AND ARE HATCHING GREAT, ALSO PHEASANTS,SO WHEN A TURKEY IS BORN THE PHEASANTS ARE TEACHING THEM TO EAT WHICH IS A GREAT HELP, I HAVE KEPT A GOOD EYE TO MAKE SURE EVERYONE IS EATING AND DRINKING,THE TEMPT IN BROODER IS 90 WITH SPOT TO MOVE IF THEY GET TO WARM, PAPER TOWELS IN BOTTOM,PROBLEM IS TURKEYS ARE FISTY, ALWAYS READY FOR MORE FEED, BUT THEY ARE GETTING AROUND 5 DAYS OLD AND JUST BECOME LIFELESS, EYES SEEM CLOUDY AND PUFFY UNDERNEATH, WHEN THIS HAPPENS ITS JUST A DAY OR SO AND THEY ARE DEAD, ALSO DIARRHEA, GREEN WHITE IN COLOR, THANKS FOR ANY HELP
     
  2. dlhunicorn

    dlhunicorn Human Encyclopedia

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    What are you feeding them? Disinfect the brooder (remove birds completely when you do this)
    Smell the feed for any spider webs or musty smells or excive fines (feed which is so fine it looks like a powder)
     
  3. birdsgalore

    birdsgalore In the Brooder

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    I've been feeding them 28% game starter
     

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