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Yellow poo
Tue 4-Oct-11
5:27 pm
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mutley
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No, not me my friends chocks has given then apple cider and cooksoyed and no change any idears ? thanks.cheers

Tue 4-Oct-11
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No idea Nigel

I have a problem at the mo with my new ones sleeping in the nesting boxes and have to clear out poo every day. Today I saw Green poo!

Wed 5-Oct-11
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Terrier said:

Today I saw Green poo!

Steady on old girl....you taking too many tablets for your aches and pains....big_laughbig_laugh

Who lives long sees much : The diary of my life in Bulgaria

Wed 5-Oct-11
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 eeek  big_laugh big_laugh

Anyone got anything valuable to tell us about yellow, or green poo FROM CHICKENS?

Thu 6-Oct-11
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Sorry I am late to answer but I had lost the right link & it took ages to find it again.

I have always found this particular site very useful when it came to dealing with chicken illnesses but please remember that it is based in North America (I think it is Canadian if I remember rightly), so the names of treatment medicines may be different./ You will have to join the forum if you need to post a question.

This link is just to the chicken poo section

 

http://dlhunicorn.conforums.com/index.cgi?board=poos

 

I am lucky enough not to have had these particular problems but this is where I would look to for information.

Good Luck, I hope the birds recover quickly.

 

"The beautiful is as useful as the useful...perhaps more so."

from Les Miserables

Thu 6-Oct-11
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Gosh, that's a lot of detail Hattie, not the stuff to take in after several glasses of wine...will read again later. Thank you

Fri 7-Oct-11
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Many thanks will pass link on.cheers

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