Chickens and Urban Farming in Asheville, NC
Unfortunately I am not in town-that sounds like fun. I do have a dilemma though-I have rescued a bantam chick that's beak was pecked and broken by a hen. The chick is still alive(it's made it through 2 nights and 2 days!)and I have been feeding it a ground up oatmeal mash mixed with a little bit of babyfood-chicken of course-the little cannibal ;). The beak seems to have set itself-a little crooked but there you go-before I could get it super glued. Anyway, like I said I am out of town but I need some pointers for this little guy from people who really care-and also if this chick makes it I'll need to find him a good home in Asheville- I'll be returning there the end of next week. First off though-any advice for taking better care of little Stevsie?
hi brook,i just now noticed your plea.how is the little fella doing?
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