- Mar 13, 2015
do they really get tame and how long dose it take? I hold it every day but it still runs around in the box as I try to get it. or is that the norm . and will it ever come to you on its own?
my month and five days old guinea all of a sudden won't walk, eat or drink. We dipped her beak in sugar water, and she drank a little but the next time we tried, she didn't drink. She seems to be getting worse and kind of paralized?? Please help! First time raising a mixed flock of chickens and guinea fowl, and I would be heartbroken if anything bad happens to her.
so sorry to say but she has passed away before I could do anything more rest in peace my beautiful young guinea henMix up a little molasses and water and try to get it down her. It sounds like she has gotten into some kind of toxin that is paralizing her. I hope she makes it!
so sorry! Now I'm not sure what to do because I only have one guinea now, and I need at least twoSo sorry to hear that.
I had the same thing happen with a beautiful young rooster. By the time I realized that he had eaten rotten cabbage it was too late to save him.
Molasses will help remove toxins from their body so it's a good idea to keep some on hand in case it ever happens to another one of your birds.
I've read that it works but fortunately I haven't had to try it since.