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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by chickenlife01, Sep 7, 2013.
I don't have any experience with broken legs, but I can give you a link to info on poultry podiatry issues which has splinting tips: https://sites.google.com/a/poultrypedia.com/poultrypedia/poultry-podiatry
She died. Does anyone know of a better site since no one is on this one anymore? Thanks for the article!
You started this thread last night at about 10:30pm Saturday night eastern time. Most folks I know are wrapping it up for the night and getting ready for bed....except maybe the chicken folks out on the west coast putting their birds up for the night. Or maybe they're watching college football out there, I dont know. In any case, the injury wouldve warranted the chick to be culled as it is a quality of life issue. You gave it your best shot to help the chick, but I'm sure the owner wouldve agreed not to let the chick suffer. Besides, you couldve posted several days earlier when you first noticed the injury and probably gotten plenty of responses.
I have never had a problem getting a response. Most likely a timing issue. Sorry for you loss
I posted when I noticed the injury...
Dont lose hope. This site has helped me in so many ways. A lot of great people here