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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by Wvsweetie, Aug 20, 2014.
What is it? How do I treat it? No others affected
I know pictures are down, but when they come back up could you post a picture? In the meantime could you describe it with all the detail you can think of? Where are they, color, etc.
Is it warm or cold to the touch?
Some are brown/black and others are white waddle is cool to touch
It could just be from being pecked at. Keep an eye on him and the rest of the flock. It could be a form of fowl pox, but I wouldn't panic yet. I'd consider small injury first.
The pictures on BYC are back up. Will you please post a photo? Is he any better?
That could definitely be fowl pox.
I just remembered that something got one of my Banty hens right around the time his leg was hurt. That could also explain mRks on his face.