I don’t mean to brag on having it or anything it wasn’t cheap but I was sure we could save her- and We did! What we went through was a more advanced form of EYP, (we think she had broken the egg a while before she showed symptoms) so I also hope I’m not scaring anyone else when they see the label on that thing. I would say while I’m lucky to have an avian vet, any person can treat their chickens without having to use one! You should never feel discouraged if you think that you cant help your chickens- because you can! And I’ll tell you- you might be saving a LOT of money when you do soIt's a very good combo of two antibiotics. You're lucky to have that.
I have powdered amoxicillin how much do I give her? If I put in her feed is she going to be on to me?View attachment 2383357
I may not speak whatever language this is written in (forgive me but do they really need to make these treatments have such complicated names?) but it worked so well! We gave it to Joy twice a day for two weeks and she fought the EYP like nobody’s business (I sincerely have no idea what this medicine is but it worked) it was given to us by the vet so of course I doubt you can just buy it off the internet. We have been keeping it in the fridge just in case we may run into another issue when our pullets start laying this fall.
Not yet. My son went to buy some. She is back in her nesting box. What was the pink hoop that came out? Is she going to be ok???Did you give her the Tums yet? Do it now, if not. Be sure she has plenty of water to drink. This is making her thirsty and we don't want dehydration to make it harder for her to clear the remains.
I tried to get a pic. I picked it up I’m a stick and my other chicken ate it. It was rubbery and pinkIf you can post a photo of this pink goop, we might be able to guess what it is. A little goop may be intestinal lining. A lot of goop could be blood from intestinal inflammation. But we need to see the goop and the color to judge for ourselves.