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Date Posted: 20:37:13 04/23/17 Sun
Author: D C T - friendly poultry orthopedist
Subject: Re: Chick with stiff leg
In reply to: Ng 's message, "Re: Chick with stiff leg" on 17:44:00 04/23/17 Sun

Knee??? Before I can explain anything I MUST be certain that we understand each other. The problem we are trying to repair is at the HOCK joint. This joint is where the chick fuzz or feathers end and the bare scale covered lower leg begins. If you are familiar with horse anatomy a horse's hock is the same as a chicken's hock. Now look at a half gallon milk jug handle and see how the bend in the handle does match a healthy chicken hock. Then use the instructions that I gave for making this brace. After hock joint is repaired and functioning correctly we will see if there is another problem to treat.

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