Hey guys! I wasn't quite sure where to put this so it would get the most exposure. Anyway, I am a vet student at Cornell University and I'm going to be giving a presentation for the poultry club about Backyard chickens to my fellow students (Along with a few of my advisors). Part of the presentation will be a fun quiz about breeds, part will be about typical housing for backyard birds, and then a majority will be about common illnesses, injuries, and parasites. Many of these students who will attend are interested in small or large animal practice, but will not have a lot of other avian exposure. With the increase in backyard poultry keeping, I think it is important for vets to know about poultry. In the interest of helping these future vets feel more confident when treating pet poultry, I figured I would ask you guys what you would like a vet to know when it comes to you chickens. Feel free to throw out some ideas or your personal experience!