Coccidiosis in Chickens – How To Identify And Treat

coccidiosis in chickens

If your chickens start acting ill, your mind might start racing with all the things that could be going wrong.  A very common killer in chickens is coccidiosis, and it’s fairly easy to identify and treat if you know how to catch it quickly.  Read on to learn everything you need to know about coccidiosis […]

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How To Identify, Treat, and Prevent Chicken Lice

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It might seem strange to learn that even chickens can become infested with lice. They eat bugs, after all, but these external parasites are not the typical run-of-the-mill chicken treat-type bug. They spread fast and can cause severe problems for the entire flock. Identifying an infestation early, and treating the flock quickly, is extremely important […]

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Chicken Diseases: 5 Common Flock Problems And How To Treat Them

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Today’s topic is common disease and problems found in your flock that you can usually treat at home. Some of the diseases and problems that can plague chickens are easily dealt with at home using common remedies that you likely have in your medicine chest. As we all know, running off to the veterinary every […]

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Sour Crop in Chickens: What is it And How to Treat it

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What is sour crop? It is something we all hear about from time to time, but hopefully will never experience with our hens. We are going to delve into what it is, how to treat it and how to avoid it in the future. Also we’re going to take a look at impacted crop which […]

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7 Natural Ways to Treat Chicken Mites and Stop Them Returning

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I’m betting that some of you are already going ‘eww’ and have started scratching! The good news is that chicken mites live on chickens (in general) – not people, although they can and will bite you possibly causing a local skin irritation. If left untreated mites can be extremely harmful to your chickens and can […]

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