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New Battery Hens (ii)
« on: February 22, 2014, 04:44:32 pm »
These are 6 from fresh start for hens and are in very good nick.

PrincessNym picked them up for me because I was picking up my "bargain" ebay henhouse..... It IS a bargain (and brilliant) but it was handmade to withstand typhoons, hurricanes and nuclear attacks to it had to be REALLY dismantled and, at a rate of one screw per square inch too forever..  also, its all hardwood so weighs a ton!  That said... its so good I think it should be plasterboarded, insulated and PrincessNym have it as an outside spare bedroom...

Back to the chook..... ;) ;), one has a growth on its beak, its solid, non mobile and compacted.  It doesn't feel like an inflammation..... I am wondering if it could be a cancer...

PrincessNym is a Max Fax nurse and that's her guess.

I've given it antibiotics (along with one other who has a gammy leg) any thoughts on possible causes? 


 

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