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Date Posted: 11:16:26 03/14/13 Thu
Author: D C T- friendly poultry orthopedist

OK, why do ambulances travel at high speed with flashing lights and sirens?............BECAUSE DELAY IS DECAY.......
A chick's straddle legs or displaced Achilles tendon should have treatment on the same day that you discover it. Even crooked toes become hardened that way in a week or two.
PLEASE NOTE: If a chick is crawling when the others are up and walking it needs help as soon as possible. While you are waiting for information the chick needs to be on a soft towel in a warm place...but not under a hen where its problem may be made worse if it gets stepped on accidentally. Even the best mother hen is not able to understand the needs of a crippled chick.

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