White stuff in pullets eye. HELP!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by Evilkitty162, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. Evilkitty162

    Evilkitty162 Out Of The Brooder

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    I have a young hen that has white in her eye and it keeps on growing ( and it look like chicken fat ) It keeps on making her eye bleed.What do I do?
     
  2. tulie13

    tulie13 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:Wow - I'm not sure - it sounds like it MIGHT be eye worm. Where do you live? Do you have any other chickens? Have you separated the one with the eye problem?

    Can you take a picture of it and post it here? Pictures help a LOT with diagnosis.
     
  3. Evilkitty162

    Evilkitty162 Out Of The Brooder

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    sorry for bad quality pics, cheep camera. I live in FL.

    good eye
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    bad eye
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  4. Msbear

    Msbear Fancy Banties

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    I believe she has canker. I posted the following from another thread... I heard it can be in the eye too. [​IMG]

    t is called canker
    it can be in the nose, ear, stomach, and throat and is not curable
    yes a bad case in the gut will make them poorly
    you can try and medicate them

    (yellowish growth in beak, intestins etc it is treated with flagyrl see if you can get it there?

    Personally we used to raise pigeons as well as chickens
    it is not curable and bird is always giving it to other birds thru the salive in the drinking water
    the reason pigeons get it is they beak feed the babies and are constant carriers of the disease

    it is cheezy growth and most discusting as there is no definite treatment
    other than flagryl
    here they quit making flagryl some vets still have a supply


    search the byc database under emergencies forum keyword canker for more info. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     
    Last edited: Oct 29, 2009

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