If you own poultry, you are sure to have plenty of opportunities to act as their veterinarian. It is so helpful to have on hand some of the basic medicines and supplies that are commonly used so you can save a trip to the feed store or Tractor Supply. Here is a list of supplies we keep in our first aid kit:
What have you found to be most helpful to have handy when sickness or injury hits your flock?
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Fix'en Chicken Butt Cream Not rated yet
"Fix'en Chicken Butt Cream" - Better known as Preparation H. This stuff works wonders on all kids of poultry wounds, sore (chicken) butts, as well as …
Neosporin or Triple Antibiotic salve Not rated yet
In my first aid kit I have a threaded needle for stitches & surgical scissors.
Vet Rx Not rated yet
Vet Rx is a "must-have" in our show box. This helps to prevent colds when traveling and makes a huge difference in faded or discolored combs and waddles …
I have some sexable grow out Brahma chicks 8 weeks old (buff and dark) and 4 month old Partridge BBS cockerels. I will have more chicks and hatching eggs
Five week old /male oh-araucanas-for-sale.great health well cared for. My township does not allow for Roosters. I bought a 8 baby chicks on Easter and
I have breeding stock in B.B. Red, Brown Red and one Cockerel and four Hens in Lemon Blue for sale. These are Breeders and not Show Birds. They are out
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Hello everyone, we are a very small family farm in Michigan. We raise only bearded Silkies! Nothing else and breeding toward perfection! I currently have: