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Sick chook

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by etaktradots, Oct 20, 2011.

  1. etaktradots

    etaktradots New Egg

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    Hi - my first time on this forum. It was recommended to me by my 12 year old friend. Thanks for the opportunity to seek some answers to my questions
    My ISA Brown girl has a very soft, enlarged crop, a comb that looks sad and saggy, she is slightly lethargic, eating but not too enthusiastically, wanders around the yard but not keeping up with the others; not laying eggs and sometimes looks like she's trying to take a big swallow like when you have a sore throat - reluctantly. I'd be eager to hear of any ideas as to what is wrong with her and how to help her get better.
    Cheers
    etaktradots
     
  2. remuda1

    remuda1 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    There is a search box in the upper right of this page. I would do a search for sour crop, you'll find tons of info. Good luck with it!!
     
  3. etaktradots

    etaktradots New Egg

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    Thanks for the the lead!
     

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