Sitting with a cup of coffee. (coffee lovers)

Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Mr MKK FARMS, Sep 23, 2013.

  1. pysankigirl

    pysankigirl Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Oh, no...that's horrible! I would be pretty darn mad, too. you need to make sure they know so that they can track it down to the source and make sure that that source knows and stops shipping infected chicks. how horrible. you think that going to hatchery chicks that they would be regulated into being safer.
     
  2. Thunder Skye

    Thunder Skye Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Looks like no postings since 2013
     
  3. Thunder Skye

    Thunder Skye Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Sorry wrong post
     
  4. Highcotton

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    I am sorry to hear about your accident. I is nice to know that it is not broken.
     
  5. Highcotton

    Highcotton Southern Chickens

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    I have 3 BAs and 4 SLWs from Tractor Supply that are 9 weeks old. I have not seen any signs of disease.

    I live in Central Georgia.
     
  6. Highcotton

    Highcotton Southern Chickens

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    I am sure that you would do/have done the same for him.
     
  7. chickisoup

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  9. GAFarmGirl87

    GAFarmGirl87 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Seriously. The think is, I don't understand WHY NOW? The Brahmas are 10 wks old, and the SLWs are 7 wks old. I'm starting to wonder if it has anything to do with all the heavy rain we just got - like it triggered it or something...
     
  10. GAFarmGirl87

    GAFarmGirl87 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Now I wonder if it's CRD at all.

    The Brahmas are 10 weeks & the SLWs are 7 weeks. Wouldn't the signs have shown up long before now? No one has handled these chicks except me, since I brought them home from TSC. I make sure my hands are constantly washed, and each pen has their own feeders & waterers.

    I just found another disease called Infectious Coryza. It seems a little more of what the symptoms are. Either way, it appears the only way to resolve the problem is by culling the flock in that pen.

    Not sure what to do. So I pray.
     

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