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Discussion in 'Poultry Health and Nutrition' started by suxie, Dec 31, 2018.

  1. suxie

    suxie PetForums Newbie

    Nov 9, 2012
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    Wondering if anyone has news of some 'miracle cure' for this.
    One of our hens, who we have had from point of lay, has had yellow watery droppings for about 2 weeks. This has proved to be unresponsive to amoxil / clavulanate, followed by baytril. She was wormed by the vet at initial consult and is about to finish antibiotics. We have been giving her syringe feeds and have just started a probiotic.
    It's amazing that she has lasted so long, obviously she is not keen to leave, but it seems as though there are no more treatment options.....
    Any ideas?

  2. NaomiM

    NaomiM Love my furry, feathered and finned family

    Sep 22, 2012
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