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The Petunias 1 Year Henniversary

A milestone today as The Petunias reached 1 year with us. These were a group of 11 hens that came to us with 3 prolapses (Clover, Corncockle and Cover), one very petrified hen (Harebell) and several extremely bald hens but they all transformed into beautiful fully feathered brown hens. Unfortunately…

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An Eye Opening Week

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We had 5 hens at the vet 3 weeks ago and I'm pleased to say that they're all doing really well! Berry had an infection that was treated with medication and despite her having a day or so of feeling really bad after her vet visit she seemed to quickly…

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Read more about the article Berry, Corncockle, Marigold, Poppins and Thrift go to the Vet
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Berry, Corncockle, Marigold, Poppins and Thrift go to the Vet

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A few concerns about some of the hens meant a trip to the vet today - Berry and Poppins from Sunday's rehoming aren't progressing well, Marigold's prolapse isn't looking good, and whilst I'm there I'll take Corncockle and Thrift along to get their respiratory condition looked at. Berry was seen…

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A Few Sneezes

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There have been a few sneezes from the flock recently and with Larkspur seeming the worst we took her to the vet this week to get checked out. She took along Marigold and Thrift too as they'd been off-colour also and could provide the vet with extra sound effects if…

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Welcome to The Petunias

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At the BHWT re-homing today unfortunately there were 3 hens with prolapses that we took to one side and treated - by cleaning the hen and then Sarah with a medical glove on and Sudocrem on her finger, carefully pushed things back to where they should be. We put these…

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