"Great! I'm so glad she will be ok. I remembered last night that there were some extension publications available that are also helpful to let you know if you need a vet.
North Carolina State University.
Poultry illness flow…"
"Isolation is best. Most likely you will want to supplement her food intake. Chick starter fortified and some types contain antibiotics. Keep her warm and watered.
It can be difficult to find a vet that will see a chicken. The Veterinary Teaching…"
July 13th update!! ***No vote tonight**** Delayed.Will let you know as soon as a new date is set!!!!!!This is the 2nd and FINAL vote to permit Backyard Hens in Knoxville.We can't let up now, several members of city council had reservations. And as we've seen, a crowd of polite yet passionate citizens can make a BIG difference.So we NEED YOU THERE for the final inning! Please mark your calendars.See More
i have a sick hen.Symptoms: heavy breathing, lethargic, disoriented and uncoordinated, but not making any noises. Comb is red, eyes clear.i have no idea what it is or what i should do. any advice would be greatly appreciated.thanksshaneSee More
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