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Bag Balm On Combs

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Bag Balm On Combs

Post by Tiramisu on Sat Dec 31, 2011 7:20 pm

I recommend you use Bag Balm on your chickens combs in winter or when they have sores on them. Vaseline works OK, I used it last year, but I bought bag balm recently. One of my roo's had his comb beat up by some bigger roo's, I put bag balm on it and by the next day it looked 10x better. Bag balm is good for dried out skin for yourself, so it helps keep the comb more moisturized than vaseline, which acts more like a barrier/protectant against the cold, but doesn't help too much to moisturize the comb, at least in my experience.

Bag Balm should be at your local feed store. It would also be available online.

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