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Green Goo Poultry First Aid Kit

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The 100% all-natural Green Goo Poultry First Aid Kit is made from plant-based ingredients. Take care of your feathered friends naturally without harsh chemicals! Poultry Wash gently cleanses. Poultry Bugs Be Gone safely repels bugs and sanitizes.

  • Respiratory Care aids in the treatment of respiratory problems
  • Animal First Aid is your go-to first aid in a tin that helps with wounds, cuts, scrapes prolapse vent, and protecting combs from frostbite

Specification Description
Brand: Green Goo
Package Height: 4-15/16 in.
Package Length: 6-7/16 in.
Package Weight: 0.39 lb.
Package Width: 1-5/8 in.
Product Type: Poultry Wound Care
Manufacturer Part Number 8360
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I have a white leghorn that one of my roosters has done some damage to. The back of her neck and comb are all bloody. These are my first chickens and I’m not sure how to take care of it. Can someone help? I would really appreciate it. 

Asked by: ChickenLady74
Apply Green Goo Animal First Aid every few hours every day until healing complete. Separate from the flock if others are picking on her, but the Green Goo should work fast enough you can keep them together. After healing way with the Green Goo Castile to clean if need be and she should be as good as new!
Answered by: Alicia M
Date published: 2018-08-08
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