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Date Posted: 13:15:12 04/30/13 Tue
Author: D C T -- friendly poultry orthopedist
Subject: Re: HELP: 7 day old chick spraddle leg
In reply to: amy 's message, "Re: HELP: 7 day old chick spraddle leg" on 23:28:29 04/29/13 Mon

Thank you for the upadate--which will help engourage others
who read it.
The number of "night tapings" needed to cure a twisted
tibia does vary. For two week old Firestone (peachick),
my first successful cure it was five nights. For the
bantam cockerel who had other problems there was a whole
month of nights in an experimental device before he could
have all his bones and joints working correctly.
I need to see photos and/or video in order to give you
advice on what to do next. I do know that the work has to
be complete. If any part is a bit out of line there will
be stress that pushes it farther out of line.

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