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Date Posted: 11:55:17 05/31/10 Mon
Author: Chris
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Subject: Re: Chicks having loose stools
In reply to: Jennifer Kagemann 's message, "Chicks having loose stools" on 21:17:40 05/30/10 Sun

Welcome to the button board!
How are the chicks doing now? The loose stools could be the result of diet change. If there still is loose stool, it would be a good idea to add some electrolyte to their drinking water. If they feel alittle low, offer some crumbled cooked egg yolk on a clean paper towel to encourage pecking. There are good hints on this website regarding care...hope the chicks are feeling better.


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