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Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by Catfishingpokey, Nov 2, 2008.
I saw one of my delaware pullets catch and eat a wasp this after noon.will it hurt her?
Mine usually stay clear of those...I hope someone else can help you out. I have no clue but wanted to give you a bump.
I'm sure they'll be fine, though I'm no expert.
My dog always ate them and they never seemed to both him.
Our girls love wasps and fight over them.
Maybe they taste spicy, what with the stingers.
The wasps are swarming around here. We are having a warm spell after it had already cooled way down. My chickens are avoiding them like the plague.
My rooster ate one when he was real little and you could tell by his reaction that it stung him somewhere between his beak and his crop. He must have told the others about his experience because they want nothing to do with wasps.
Quote:You can send me some of that heat. It is suppose to snow just up the hill tomorrow. Wasp won't hurt the hens.
My dog...the one in my avatar (spelling??)... eats them now and then. He'll smack them with his paw and gobble em down. They've never hurt him. The vet said it's ok, not a preferred snack, but not going to hurt him. If he acts weird like he's having a reaction to a sting, the vet said to bring him in or definitely call his office. I am sure it's similar with a bird. But he's never acted like he's been stung or anything. Good luck.