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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Mr MKK FARMS, Sep 23, 2013.
thanks for the info. we have tons of pine trees and ticks where I live. I remember when I was almost 11 I was taking ballet classes I dreaded going because I felt so tired and it hurt to move, I had to stop taking classes. that was over 2 years ago and it has just gotten worse since then. i have not had a blood for it yet because i don't like doctors, they always try to get people vaccinated. my mom is looking up a lot about natural lyme disese remedies right now.
has anyone used a thingy called a "rife" for lyme diesese treatment?
does anyone know of any other natural remedies for it?
sounds like you are in the second stage.....but I am not a doctor.
edited to add:
my wife met a lady whose daughter died of Lyme Disease.
PLEASE Sparkle, seek proper medical treatment. I live in an area where people were getting very ill from lymes before they knew what it even was and still are now. Untreated it can be a very bad thing
That sounds like a good plan!!! =D
More chickies! More chickies!
And let mother hen do all the work!!!
Take a cup of coffee and don't stay gone too long.
What is a plowl? My DD used to eat raw, cold oats with cold vanilla soy milk when she was little.
Sorry to hear about the possibility of your having lyme disease. They're weird symptoms. I hope you're not symptomatic often; take care of yourself, that helps.
Yay for the !!!!!
Thanks! You too!!! =)
Disclaimer: I can tell you what I've been told, but I have no experience with this myself.
When they start crowing is the perfect time to send them to freezer camp as tender, young birds. If you wait any longer, then they'll be tough (the testasterone that makes them crow also makes the meat tougher), so you'd have to stew them beyond POC (point of crow; I just made that up).
Roosters look prettier for sale when they're older, so.....
That's the info I can offer; the decision is up to you. =)
Oh, I forgot to answer about the finisher feed. I was told that putting them in a pen large enough for them to move around really well, but not letting them have tons of space (like free ranging or a fenced front or back yard) would help with building up their muscle, also extra protein.
IDK; no experience here, just second-hand information.
Yeah, I just found out that the eggs I collect from my, now, broody hen and gave to a friend...didn't hatch!!!
Thankfully, I have 3 eggs in the 'bator. I've been asking around, so if anyone here has any experience or advice, I'd greatly appreciate it.
I hope my pullets go broody too. I haven't been doing well with incubating.
@SparkleFlower Please listen to chickisoup, ocap, and the rest of us.
ohhhhh my gosh
I just don't know, my mom will get my blood tested pretty soon, she is just looking up things that will help it right now. we only realized it could be lymes yesterday. I got in our infrared sauna and it helped the joint pain a little bit.
plowl = a thingy that isn't a plate, but it isn't a bowl, so it's a plowl! my brother came up with the name "plowl"
don't worry, I will. thanks for the information everyone!