sneezing chickens

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by chicken guy, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. chicken guy

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    i dont not know what is happening it used to be just one now two they bare sneezing so hard mucas is being throwen on the roof i am tod it is nothing could and how bad and could they be
     
  2. chicken guy

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    update my 2 hens are mabey 30 to 40 ft away from my hosue and the ac fan out side was on and i still heard 1 snezz this is geting bad
     
  3. chicken guy

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    plesa help [​IMG]what to do
     
  4. chicken feather

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    I am not sure, mine sneezez and is weezeing but seems to be doing fine.
     
  5. chicken guy

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    no this is just dumb the snezz and fling snout on seling and i can here them snezz 40fett away over m y ac fan
     
  6. dawg53

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    Cull them. Then disinfect everything and wait a month or two before you get new birds.
     
    Last edited: Apr 17, 2012
  7. chicken feather

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    It sounds like they have a cold, is there maybe something to put in the water? vitamins perhaps?
     
  8. momtotnt

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    In reading this forum, again & again it states that they do NOT get colds.
     
  9. chicken guy

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    chickens can get colds
     
  10. dawg53

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    Unless it's an environmental issue, chickens dont get colds...they get a specific disease.
     
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