I remember when our son, Jett, decided to raise a few broiler chickens He did all the right things and took care of them diligently Yet one day, a couple weeks in, there was a chicken who didn’t look so well She moved slow, was lethargic (yes, I know we’re talking about broilers here!) and wasn’t as “active” as the others
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Egg Bound Hens…What to Do?
If you brought chicks home this spring, and if they haven’t started laying, they will soon! There’s nothing much better than collecting your first eggs! Maintaining a proper diet and keeping hens comfortable will allow them to produce incredible eggs and do it well When they lack proper nutrition, they can get into trouble Today we’re going to discuss what causes an egg bound hen, what to look for, and how to treat them So, let’s get started!