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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by WVduckchick, Apr 29, 2016.
None of my girls who were favored molted like that. (None have.)
Almost all my ducks have 90% down
Are they laying?
Poor thing! I had a Light Brahma that would molt so hard you couldn't look at her without cringing. My Swedish Blue had her first molt this year & the yard looked like we'd had a predator attack.
one hen 2 pullets currently
i also have 6 roosters
but even in the past i have never had any molt like people describe, maybe a couple feathers here and there but i feel like that is pretty normal everyday feather loss
That's a given - though I do miss the pond python. Maybe he will migrate back from Maine now that it is getting colder.
I've only had one look like a pincushion last year, but she didn't blow big sections of feathers this year. No idea why those huge molts happen.
No way!! You've got the e-cold too???
Quite a few of us on another thread have been feeling lousy.... We jokingly called it the e-cold.
Glad you're getting better... keep up on the resting...
Sweet! Hope you bag one!
Half bald porcupine! Poor Apollo is molting from the head down... pitiful...
I have the full spectrum... hard molters, patchy molters, starting at one end and going down the body and slow molters... exploding birds is a daily occurrence here, I constantly count beaks and bills just to make sure!
You probably had slow molters... some of mine I would never notice if it weren't for the spots of brand new, bright and non-sunbleached feathers slowly popping in...
That's the way its always been for me....until I looked at that poor girl today! Even my cochin pens have alot of loose feathers laying around, but they still look fine.