Sick Cream Legbar

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I need help I’m not sure what is wrong with my 8 month old cream Legbar. I have her separated. I’ve given warm epson bath she is drinking water not eating much, has lost weight, comb is discolored and very droopy. She has runny yellow stools. Lethargic, not laying eggs.
any advice greatly appreciated.
Julie
 

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Sorry about your pullet. Has the white chaulky material on her comb always been there? That might be favus, a fungus treated with miconazole cream.

Is her tail position up or down? How does her crop in her right chest feel—empty, full, firm or puffy? Can you check it again early in the morning when it should feel empty? Post pictures of her droppings if possible. To check for a stuck egg, you can insert a clean finger into her vent about 2 inches.

Try to get her drinking some fluids, and if possible give her Poultry NutriDrench 2 ml orally, electrolytes, or sugar water. Wet chicken feed and water and cooked egg can be offered. If her tail is held down, she might have a reproductive problem or infection. Coccidiosis could also be a problem with her runny yellow droppings, poor appetite, and lethargy. Corid can treat that. If you can see a vet, that would be good.
 

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