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 Post subject: Chooks and herbs
PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2009 9:20 pm 
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G'day
I'm new to the site and have 2 Anconas, and 2 Barnevelders in a large run that free range also. We just lost a Barne to what looked like diarrheoa. We were unable to isolate her but am now building a small chook tractor for this purpose.
What I'd like to know is if anyone uses herbs in a medicinal way for their chooks? Which herbs and how?
Also what other non-herbal remedies do people use for conditions such as this?
Our other birds are looking fine, she was the 'runt' of the flock and I can only imagine she may have eaten something that wasn't good.
Any suggestions welcome
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 Post subject: Re: Chooks and herbs
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Hello,
I have heard herbs are great for truth telling. Is that true?


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Stella07 wrote:
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I have heard herbs are great for truth telling. Is that true?

Not for anyone named Catharine :lol: nothing works on her

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Stella07 wrote:
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I have heard herbs are great for truth telling. Is that true?

Take some and find out

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Stella07 wrote:
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I have heard herbs are great for truth telling. Is that true?

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gemjill wrote:
G'day
I'm new to the site and have 2 Anconas, and 2 Barnevelders in a large run that free range also. We just lost a Barne to what looked like diarrheoa. We were unable to isolate her but am now building a small chook tractor for this purpose.
What I'd like to know is if anyone uses herbs in a medicinal way for their chooks? Which herbs and how?
Also what other non-herbal remedies do people use for conditions such as this?
Our other birds are looking fine, she was the 'runt' of the flock and I can only imagine she may have eaten something that wasn't good.
Any suggestions welcome
cheers

yep we use tree oil and wormwood leaf for worms and mites

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sue55 wrote:
Stella07 wrote:
Hello,
I have heard herbs are great for truth telling. Is that true?

Not for anyone named Catharine :lol: nothing works on her

good_post! so true :lol: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Chooks and herbs
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NellyG wrote:
gemjill wrote:
G'day
I'm new to the site and have 2 Anconas, and 2 Barnevelders in a large run that free range also. We just lost a Barne to what looked like diarrheoa. We were unable to isolate her but am now building a small chook tractor for this purpose.
What I'd like to know is if anyone uses herbs in a medicinal way for their chooks? Which herbs and how?
Also what other non-herbal remedies do people use for conditions such as this?
Our other birds are looking fine, she was the 'runt' of the flock and I can only imagine she may have eaten something that wasn't good.
Any suggestions welcome
cheers

yep we use tree oil and wormwood leaf for worms and mites

Does that realy work Nel?

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 Post subject: Re: Chooks and herbs
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I have the same question, not sure how well it works?

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Bill wrote:
Stella07 wrote:
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I have heard herbs are great for truth telling. Is that true?

Take some and find out

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