A Guide to Chicken Poo

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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby shire horse girl » 02 Jun 2010, 12:41

interesting thread and very useful
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby Pegasus » 04 Jun 2010, 22:32

so pleased I found this thread!! My OH just asked me what I was looking at.... when I told him pictures of poo I think he thinks I've gone a bit mad!! But anyway, so pleased to know that what my girls have been doing is completely normal!! :lol:
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby matt » 20 Jun 2010, 14:50

quite brilliant - a very useful guide that's put my mind at rest, thankyou laods. My wife however thinks I'm very sad indeed.
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby SNOWFLAKE » 13 Jul 2010, 09:19

thank u helped me to confirm my silkies needed worming
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby purplesparkle » 10 Aug 2010, 16:28

Hi, I have noticedv a couple of black tar like poo's-should I be worried????
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby Fairfax » 23 Aug 2010, 20:16

I'm so glad this guide to poo is here. I keep forgetting the link.

It is always my first port of call. I had thought my chicks may be ill (all appeared healthy just the occasional odd poo) now I know that it is quite normal.
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby N1ova » 27 Aug 2010, 10:45

Cheers this helped me loads.As a new keeper it has put me at ease. :grin:
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby Shonagh » 01 Oct 2010, 09:39

Can't believe I have had chickens for two weeks and spent most of my time stressing about whether their poo is ok or not.

Thank you thank you thank you. Not sure I would ever have found it on the other site.

Now time for me to de-stress. All is normal.

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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby xxchicketyboooxx » 18 Oct 2010, 14:22

Links not working...or is it just me xx
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby CP » 18 Oct 2010, 16:23

Seems to be a problem with their website. :(
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby NCOTB » 20 Oct 2010, 02:40

working ok now :thumbright:
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby tabsjelu » 28 Oct 2010, 12:06

Very helpful!! I was just going to post asking about my hens poo as it had meaty lumps in it and the only info i could find was not helpful as only mentioned runny blood or lash being yellow colored. Im certain now that it is intestinal lining she was shedding, i didnt even know they did that! I wish the chicken books i had were more informative.
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby sarah1234 » 08 Aug 2011, 09:35

Thank you !!! This was very useful :grin: .... and a bit gross!!
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby shire horse girl » 29 Nov 2011, 15:39

just ref'd to the pics and the girls are now being wormed early !!
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby tabsjelu » 29 Nov 2011, 20:39

purplesparkle wrote:Hi, I have noticedv a couple of black tar like poo's-should I be worried????


Mine do these also, they do not come out black though, it is usually when they have done a wet poop and it has dried.
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