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Date Posted: 14:11:08 05/28/13 Tue
Author: D C T -- friendly poultry orthopedist
Subject: Re: chicken with pulled tenon or ligament
In reply to: diane davis 's message, "chicken with pulled tenon or ligament" on 13:57:54 05/28/13 Tue

You could begin by taking close up photos of the legs from
the rear or even i-phone video clip of her trying to walk.
These can be posted at villagephotos.com or photobucket
and the link put here--OR--just email to me by clicking on
my name where it is printed in blue.
Then I can give suggestions for treatment. Meanwhile a
chick chair or body sling can give her legs a chance to
rest and heal. And all this will NOT cost even one penny.

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