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Identifier: poultrydiseasest00blai
Title: Poultry diseases and their remedies
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Blair, J. Gaylord. [from old catalog] Cavanaugh, D. D., [from old catalog] ed
Subjects: Poultry
Publisher: Springfield, Ohio, The A. D. Hosterman co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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y get entirely well. AND THEIR REMEDIES 11 Avoid Tonics and IVIedicines.A bird that yon have to doctor up all the time withtonics will be no value as a breeder and you should notfool Irving to got this bird in the right condition for breed-ing purposes, for the chicks hatched from such birds will beweak and will never amount to anything. Do not give tonicsand egg foods to heaithy birds thinking that they will laymore eggs for they are doing their best and it will only tendto weaken the organs of the bird and the result will be a falloff in the egg yield The less dosing you give your birdsthe better off they will be. If you keep grit, oyster shellsand charcoal before your birds at all times they will not needmuch, if any, medicine. A good disinfectant is very bene-ficial and should be used about the house and yards everyweek at least but outside of this tonics and medicines arenot necessary and if you have birds that have to be dosedto b? kept alive you .should get rid of them at once.

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SECTIONS OF FOWL. b. 3, Beak. 4,, Eye. 6, Ear. 7,8-9 Hackle. 10reast. 11, Wing,ow. 13-14, Wingand secondaries.17, Fluff. 18,anid 23< Saddle20-21. Sickle22, Tail coverts.25, Spur. 26-27,Toes. This illustration fur-nished by courtesy PrattFood Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 12 POULTRY DISEASES CHAPTER II. THE SKIN Chicken Pox. A disease that is not always fatal, but one that will bring down the General Health of Fowls and opens the Way for other diseases—two species of the disease—Symptoms and Cure. Th.P disease Ibat is known as sore head, warts, pigeonpox, plan, etc., is in my opinion one of the worst diseasesthat can affect poultry. Chicken pox is not necessarily fatal,but it is a disease that will soon bring down the generalhealth of a bird, and therefore opens the way for otherdiseases. Some years past when I was not as familiar withit is as I am now, I thought cholera and roup were the worstdiseases that could affect poultry, but now I do not think it.During these years past I have

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Milkweed Pods
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Developing milkweed (Asclepias) seed pods (follicles) – Monarch butterflies (or rather their caterpillars) love to chew on these plants, so if you see the pods opening collect some seeds for your butterfly garden! Milkweed sap is a folk remedy used to remove warts and to treat Poison Ivy dermatitis. It is supposed to be used externally though and is toxic when ingested.

Jewelweed
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Jewelweed is best known for its skin healing properties. The leaves and the juice from the stem of Jewelweed are used to cure poison ivy and other plant induced rashes. Jewelweed works by counter-reacting with the chemicals in other plants that cause irritation. Poultices and salves from the plant are a folk remedy for bruises, burns, cuts, eczema, insect bites, sores, sprains, warts, and ringworm.

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