Bawk Tawk! Your 100% Friendly Backyard Chickens Show

Caring for Senior Chickens

January 20, 2022 Dalia Monterroso Season 3 Episode 1
Bawk Tawk! Your 100% Friendly Backyard Chickens Show
Caring for Senior Chickens
Show Notes

Thank you for listening to this episode of Bawk Tawk, Welcome to Chickenlandia's 100% Friendly Backyard  Chickens Show! In this episode, I answer listener questions about caring for senior chickens. Hope you love it!

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Sick Chicken Action Plan (REST Method)
Reform a Bully Chicken

Link mentioned: Homeopathy for Chickens

*A good flower essence for Bully chickens is Vine. This is for a chicken that is a relentless bully or keeps other chickens from eating and drinking. They may encourage other chickens to bully. Put two drops in their water daily or rub two drops into their back several times a day.

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This episode was produced by Dalia Monterroso and Kelcie Paulis.  Edited by Talking to Crows production company.  Podcast art by Double M Ranch Design

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