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    for the greens try a cap full of motor oil down the throat, I was told this and thought it was nuts but it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kogmohon View Post
    i'm old and slow...should i cut my o'ten first...it's the part of my body that is slightly used...
    pang ihi lang...
    Just seen this and this is classic one!! lol

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    Baytril is the miracle remedy for most anything that's wrong with most any animal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gameland View Post
    Baytril is the miracle remedy for most anything that's wrong with most any animal.
    Beware , if you knew how Baytril really works you might not want to use it. My wife was given Baytril by her doctor once and she got deathly sick.

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    Baytril is real hard on chickens if you get a sick one cull them cause if you doctor them and they do get better there never the same

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    This is kind of a worthless post for a remedy but I'll tell it. I use alot of medicines, tylan, sulmet, ect with mixed results. About seven years ago a guy from south missouri, Jeff gaston, brought me up a hatch cock and hen. Before he left he handed me a red no lable clear concoction bottle and said if they ever act sick or anything, put alittle of this in their water. It took me about a year and a half to use it up, but it seemed to not matter what the symptoms, coughing, sneezing, pale, greens. This stuff kicked it in the ass. I've been unable to reach him again to find out what it was, but we called it liquid gold. lol

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    I don't live far from Jeff,I will try to find out for ya Don

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    Ok all great posts. Here is one. For limber neck(botchalism) a teaspoon of ebson salt in 4 oz of warm water. Take a syringe 3 cc is fine no needle and shoot at east 6 cc of it down the throat for 3 days and it will cure him right up. Now seeing all these great post made me get out my old back yard flock book and damn they is a wealth of info for even the most experienced cocker. I would recommend ever young or old person that keeps chickens buy one. Good luck and God bless this site and ever member.

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    Well did you ever find out what this Stuff is?? Would be a Great help for many ....
    Quote Originally Posted by don128 View Post
    This is kind of a worthless post for a remedy but I'll tell it. I use alot of medicines, tylan, sulmet, ect with mixed results. About seven years ago a guy from south missouri, Jeff gaston, brought me up a hatch cock and hen. Before he left he handed me a red no lable clear concoction bottle and said if they ever act sick or anything, put alittle of this in their water. It took me about a year and a half to use it up, but it seemed to not matter what the symptoms, coughing, sneezing, pale, greens. This stuff kicked it in the ass. I've been unable to reach him again to find out what it was, but we called it liquid gold. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gypsygamefarm View Post
    Baytril is real hard on chickens if you get a sick one cull them cause if you doctor them and they do get better there never the same
    Baytril is hard on all animals. Especially the 200 If they get over the sickness they are most often no good, especially as breeders

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    Bump to the top, few interesting ideas

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael angelo View Post
    ginger is also good for fowl fox
    What is fowl fox?????????????????

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    Common cold and getting them ready chopped onions and apples chopped fine. Clears the nasil cavities. One clove of garlic daily for 9 days for worms

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    I like to mix Turmeric powder in there daily feed, it's good for the health of the gastrointestinal system. Reallyy works

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disciple View Post
    I like to mix Turmeric powder in there daily feed, it's good for the health of the gastrointestinal system. Reallyy works
    Tell us how you mix it if you don't mind. Thanks

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    Tell us how you mix it if you don't mind. Thanks
    I mix just enough to lightly coat the feed and mix up good then feed. It will turn your hands yellow so be careful to wash up. It's also used in Asian Gamefowl to toughen the skin. It's applied as a paste.

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    I put burnt oil on my roost and it keeps the mits away


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    Quote Originally Posted by royandres314 View Post
    this is my experienced and very effective way to treat when my rooster got sick, my Remedy yet proven to my sick rooster already, if u see ur rooster or say your littlle stag or even in ur pullet got sick and almost not eating already and feel to die already What i'm going to do is take a scissor & cut the Comb, you may notice that too much sick rooster already even little blood dropping in their comb when cut but just leave it & give 250 mg Antibiotic capsules ( you can buy at any pharmacy) one in the morning & one in the afternoon for 2 to 3 consecutive days & give sip of water if not drinking already & notice the miraculous happen - it will survive. For bigger rooster give even higher dosage of Antibiotic 500 mg - at least twice a day for 2 to 3 days also.
    Even in the Dogs & proved & I experimented already to my own Dog - i had a little dog & got sick & almost not eating already & almost you can see is all bones & even just a few strong wind it will blow him & my Wife told me to put my little Dog in the Waste Garbagge bin already coz she does'nt want to see the dog helplessy slowly dying but I told my wife to take a "itak" - big knife and somebody hold the Tail of my little dog & I cut his Tail & i give him Antibiotic capsules but i remove the capsules & I forcely open the mouth i push the Antibiotic powder in the mouth & give little sip of water - i give 500 mg Antibiotis twice a day for 3 consecutive days & for the 4 days it show already bit improvement & that dog was survive & very Healthy. "Thru experienced there many miraculous things that even Science can not explain how to Cure certain diseases".


    Interesting makes sense the cutting comb to let it bleed so the body starts building red and white blood cells keeping blood moving with fresh cells and body already starts to heal self.


    I re post this because I have noticed some photos show a healed line on combs that resemble a perfect cut to refresh circulation and make antibiotic more effective?


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    Lets bump this back up. Tell us your home remedies or off the wall ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GG Crasher View Post
    try use garlic to a dunghill rooster give him 2-3 pcs then give him an sparring after tell me if your dunghill rooster run or not.

    i use garlic specially when the weather gets colder just to warm my chicks, but not good to give them most oftern coz 2-3 weeks old chicks will already fight to their death.
    There is nothing you can do for running they game or they not

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    The single most effective way, Very inexpensive, Leaves no carriers cures everything known to effect fowl. I started using it about 30 years ago. Only thing you need to keep on hand, one time purchase, the miracle drug, never fails. A GOOD SHARP HATCHET.

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    I agree southernX. But I like to hear about some of the old and odd remedies. Sometimes we learn something. Lol

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    Hey colonel.sanders said the same thing.

    i agree though.. but it’s no secret there are secrets for optimal health.. once we learn If benefits of say water compared to soda or the great awakening of Kale over Iceberg Lettuce..

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