Question and Stuck!

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Sebright18, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. Sebright18

    Sebright18 In the Brooder

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    Question :

    My Buff Orpington has a very muddy pooy bum, I dont know how to clean it, I am a bit worried about bathing her because it is very cold in England. Any one got any advice??

    Thanks

    Stuck :

    How do I post thread instead of positng them on New Member Introductions? I am new so dont no!

    Thanks again!
     

  2. greymane

    greymane Songster

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    I would certainly post this in the Emergencies / Disease / Illness section for best answers.
     
  3. 1muttsfan

    1muttsfan Crowing

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    Hi again sebright, check out the FAQ section
     
  4. Lady Chickadee

    Lady Chickadee Rocky Top Silkies

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    [​IMG]from Kentucky!!
     

  5. Sebright18

    Sebright18 In the Brooder

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    Thanks, Always wanted to go to Kentucky to see the Horse Trials ;)
     
  6. The Red Rooster

    The Red Rooster Poultry Observer

    Welcome to BYC!

    I've never cleaned a poopy butt (thank goodness lol!) but if I was in your situation, I'd get a wet paper towel and just start cleaning it the best you can. You can keep her inside of the house until she dries off.

    I'm a little confused. Do you mean posting somewhere else? Here's a little bit of information on how to get around the forum: https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/204/backyardchickens-forum-faq-chicken-dictionary#post_1198

    To ask a question about the forum go here: https://www.backyardchickens.com/f/3/byc-website-forum-feedback-announcements

    Good luck!

    ~AnnElise
     
  7. dukzzz

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    hi welcome. Bring her inside and soak her bum in warm epsin salt bath(or warm water if thats all you have). This will help break up all that "stuff". Make sure she's good and dry before you put her back outside. Do this untill the "stuff" clears up
     

  8. AZBootsie

    AZBootsie Songster

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    Blow dryers do a good job of drying them off pretty quickly.
     
  9. b.hromada

    b.hromada Flock Mistress

    [​IMG] and [​IMG] from S. Florida! So glad you joined us!
     

  10. Howdy from Austin, Texas.
     

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