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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by Sam Drummond, Apr 16, 2016.
What happens if vent glee goes untreated?
What are your chicken's symptoms? Vent gleet is an infection of the digestive tract, and may be fungal or bacterial. Sometimes people mistake a red vent and diarrhea for vent gleet. It usually causes a red vent with white or yellow patches, smells bad, and the chicken has a continuous dripping of poop. Probiotics or plain yogurt, clean water with a little ACV, and antifungal medicines can help. If not treated it can spread in the flock, and most likely the chicken would be malnourished and could die. Do you have any pictures of the vent?
None of my hens have it i was just curios of what happened after ready a couple of articles about it.
If they have poopy vents but aren't crouched down and not moving can they still have vent gleet?