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- 23-09-2009, 11:52 AM #9
Fantastic fact sheets. I read the one on worms and recognised symptons of gapeworms in our late light sussex hen - promptly going to get flubenvet - where can one buy flubenvet- would be useful to know?
- 23-09-2009, 12:26 PM #10
I bought mine online Petal, think it was from Pet Dispensary, but if you just Google Flubenvet, it'll come up with some choices for youMy girls found their way into my heart and now they nest there
- 23-09-2009, 06:07 PM #11
I paid £12.01 inc of p&p for 60g Flubenvet from Animal Medicines . Received within two days of placing order and one day was an RM strike day in London.If a thing's worth doing, it's worth doing to excess
- 12-10-2009, 01:41 PM #12Seedling
- Join Date
- Jun 2009
Thanks for the fact sheets BarlingPoultry, very good.
Do ALL hens moult EVERY year?
Two of ours are bats, and one of them is virtually bald Is this normal??What is this life, if full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare. . .[/I][/I]
- 12-10-2009, 02:05 PM #13
Once they're about a year old they do and yes it is normal for them to go bald or oven-ready as some Grapes describe them The Hen Trust publish knitting and fleece pattern to make 'jumpers' for batts who are fresh off the farm to enable them to cope with the drop in temperature.
Help us make hen jumpers!If a thing's worth doing, it's worth doing to excess
- 24-10-2009, 01:42 AM #14
- 24-10-2009, 04:14 PM #15Germinator
- Join Date
- Aug 2006
I've just been onto the factsheets recommended by Barling Poultry ad found them very informative. Thanks for the post! Helped my out on my little problem of possible scaly leg mites.
- 18-11-2009, 11:34 AM #16Germinator
- Join Date
- Sep 2009
Fact Sheets on Hens
Really glad you found the fact sheets helpful. As we said, we change and update them constantly as we find out new bits of info
Our biggest surprise with people is the worming, people think to worm their dogs and cats but often have never wormed their hens. People say their hens are old and have just stopped laying. More often than not, we suggest worming, and these 'old' hens start laying again!
We are busy rearing turkeys for Christmas at the moment, but from January we start selling chicks for people to raise as table birds at home - as people are much more aware of the conditions poultry are kept in these days. We usually have growers or POL all year round though.
Jo and Stewart Barling Poultry - Essex Based Suppliers of Chickens and Waterfowl and Accessories
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