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an old thread about chicken care/ diagnosis

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Hate to post this, but I've searched the forums and can't find it. About 3 or 4 months back- I think it was Paul that posted a really good thread about how to diagnose chicken illness. It had a link to a site, and the site systematically addresses each element of a chicken, with photos of what a healthy chicken part should look like (eyes, comb, beak, etc). I searched different criteria, even using Paul's name, etc, but no luck. Even went out to google and couldn't find it there.

I knew I should have bookmarked it....
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Mississippi State Univ. has one of the best poultry health depts.
Here are 3 links to the same pdf document (giving 3 different ways to search it):


Another good link is: http://www.thepoultrysite.com/publications/6/Diseases_Of_Poultry

Not much on pictures, but here is the Merck Veterinary Manual (online edition):
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This seems like a great place to also link something I found:

The Poultry Doctor (Homeopathy for Chickens!)
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