Articles from DuckRunner

  1. How to diagnose coccidiosis in chickens

    What is coccidiosis?
    Coccidiosis is an internal parasite, which rapidly multiplies and then damages the lining of the chicken’s intestine. The parasite bloats the intestines and can even take no symptoms before the shock of it’s death comes.
    How do I prevent it?
    What are the symptoms?

    droopiness and listlessness,

    loss of appetite,

    loss of yellow color in shanks,

    pale combs and wattles,

    ruffled, unthrifty feathers,

    huddling or acting chilled,

    blood or mucus in the feces,...
  2. Silkies: All you need to know!

    Learn about silkies!
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