There are many of ways to cure your chickens from diseases. People have there own ways in doing it. On this website, I want to help give you advice on how to care for your chickens when they get sick. Base on my experiences and some research. I find that most of the question asked, are always the same ones. It just keeps getting repeated over and over again. By creating this site, I hope I could save you time and search trouble.
How to cure chicken with these symptoms (these are just some ways people describe what is happening to there chicken)
The cure I used for this is "Tylan 200 injection". Although it’s main purpose is to inject the liquid into the chicken with a needle shot. Instead of injecting the chicken with the Tylan 200, just make the chicken swallow 1cc every other day (1cc depending on how big your bird is) into its mouth to cure symptoms # 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9.Given it orally is the same as injecting. For symptoms #1, you could just use it as a eye drop right into the eye. Tylan 200 injection is usually for use in swine, beef cattle and non-lactating dairy cattle only. But if you do your research, Tylan 200 really works. Buy a small bottle and try it out for yourself. Once you are happy with the result. You could order a large bottle for your needs. They have tylan 50, 100, 200, 500. I use the 200 bottle. The number just tells you how strong the doses contain. (Please read direction carefully on the bottle when using) Don't waste your money buying more medicine then what you don’t need.
You should not use all your Tylan 200 on them, if you have more then a couple of chickens that have these symptoms #2, 5, 6, 8 and 9. What you could use is the tylan 200 Soluble Powder to cure them since there are so many chickens. Mix it with water.
Next are worms in chicken. I have never had this problem with my chicken but to help people about this question. I did a little research and I found out that people would use wazine, verm-x, ivermectin, and worms pills to cure this type of symptoms. One of my friend use worms pills every month for his chicken just so that he could prevent it from happening in the future.
Injuries on chickens
There are many types of injuries that your chicken can have. Weather is from a fight, dog bite or a careless mistake. These are the best ways I use to treat my own chicken from.
On cuts I would use Dr. Naylor Udder Balm. Rub it on any cut on your chicken and it will help heal the cut. I used to use Vicks vapor rub. It works too but the smell is so strong that my chicken could not stand the pain. Don’t get me wrong, Vicks is very good for stopping bleeding on a chicken right away and for healing deep injuries down into the skin. I just don’t want my chicken to suffer so I use Dr. Naylor instead. It works better and does not hurt my chicken. Whenever my chicken have a large open cut on its skin, or if the skin was tear in to parts, or if I had to do surgery on the chicken, I would apply some Dr. Naylor to it once I sold up the chicken skin with a needle and thread. The stuff is like magic, it will completely heal itself.
I would add more things, but for now I think theses are the things you chicken lovers need help with the most. I hope this helps. Please feel free to contact me for any suggestion.