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Navarretes Navarretes is offline
Posted 18th January 2017, 11:51 PM
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Just checking with you all about some poop


Just noticed this last week that pigeon was having huge long poops. I though she might be dehydrated so I've been checking water regularly and added some vitamins. Today I noticed 2 new poops that didn't look good...pics attached. Just changed to a new food, attached, and I add red grit occasionally. She also gets peanuts and sunflower seeds and cracked corn.

Could use some expert opinions.

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Posted 18th January 2017, 11:53 PM
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two new poops are next to each other and one is green and the other a dark brown.
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Posted 18th January 2017, 11:55 PM
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she is by herself and no eggs at the moment. I'm surprised by all the big poops everywhere as I just cleaned out that area last week.
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Posted 19th January 2017, 07:35 AM
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Our girls do those all the time. So hope it is not pathological.
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Posted 19th January 2017, 10:36 AM
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The hens droppings can change from day to day, feed, humidity and hormones , water intake can have an effect. Drinking allot while bathing can make them looser than normal and of course egg laying and sitting a nest can make for some large volume droppings. In the picture they look normal to me. If ever in doubt have your vet do a fecal exam.

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