What is This? Help!

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by FireGal, Oct 6, 2019.

  1. FireGal

    FireGal Chirping

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    i found this on my Mosaic today. I thought it was poop at first because the other girls roost higher than she does. I tried to wash it off. Keep in mind she has black skin, but it’s obviously not poop.
    Is this just a sore I can treat or is this really bad?
     

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  2. DiYMama540

    DiYMama540 Crowing

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  3. Wyorp Rock

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  4. doublecrossranch

    doublecrossranch Songster

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    Oh that looks bad. I hope they can help
     
  5. Granny Hatchet

    Granny Hatchet Tastes like chicken

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    Wheres it at on the chicken? @Wyorp Rock Can she soak it ?
     
  6. Wyorp Rock

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    She could soak it depending on where it's located, if not, then warm compresses may be the way to go.
     
  7. Granny Hatchet

    Granny Hatchet Tastes like chicken

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    thanks Hun, Im trying to learn. LOL
     
  8. DiYMama540

    DiYMama540 Crowing

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    Me too! :drool I can't get enough of the knowledge shared around here!! Love it!
     
  9. Wyorp Rock

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    Me too! We can learn together :highfive:
     
  10. Granny Hatchet

    Granny Hatchet Tastes like chicken

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    I have learned enough just to know I dont know enough to give the best advise. Our educators are really awesome here.
     

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