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Rhandi74

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I am having the same problem but I narrowed it down to my LF Roo. He was acting sick. Not crowing, breeding and standing around hunched so I wormed my flock with valbazen. He feels better but still has icky poop. I wormed them on the 22nd an plan to reworm on the 2nd. Here is. Pic of his poop.
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Sorry to butt into your thread, they just were such similar problems. :oops:
 

casportpony

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I am having the same problem but I narrowed it down to my LF Roo. He was acting sick. Not crowing, breeding and standing around hunched so I wormed my flock with valbazen. He feels better but still has icky poop. I wormed them on the 22nd an plan to reworm on the 2nd. Here is. Pic of his poop.
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Sorry to butt into your thread, they just were such similar problems. :oops:


Definetly not normal... Could be coccidiosis, a bacterial infection or both. How old is he?

-Kathy
 

Rhandi74

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Definetly not normal... Could be coccidiosis, a bacterial infection or both. How old is he?

-Kathy


He is a year in a half. I have a bantam that is about 7 months that is acting like she has coccidiosis but was unsure. She is sleepy and hunched. I have corid on hand so I can start treatment. Can they be wormed at the same time? I am supposed to worm again on the second. How do you treat a bacterial infection?
 
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