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3967

Re: Bald Big Brown

Thanks Have a great day, Your friendly ghost hunter Rick Sent from my iPhone
Rick Hodge
Jul 11
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3966

Re: Bald Big Brown

Hi Rick, I don't have specific advice on vitamin....I had a similar issue and was advised to ensure there was a good supply.It sounds like the formula you are
kiri green
Jul 11
#3966
 
3965

Re: Bald Big Brown

Thanks Leslie for the input I have this to my information here Have a great day, Your friendly ghost hunter Rick Sent from my iPhone
Rick Hodge
Jul 11
#3965
 
3964

Re: Bald Big Brown

Chick starter is fine, but I would avoid medicated and opt for organic. The medication is for coccidia, and that's not a common bat ailment. Chick starter is
lesliesturges
Jul 11
#3964
 
3963

Re: Bald Big Brown

Yes, common.  I have one too.  She's just starting to get a tiny bit of peach fuzz since she's practically full grown and has been on 100% mealworms for 4
Janel Hafer
Jul 11
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3962

Re: Bald Big Brown

It was listed as part of the recipe that I was given Have a great day, Your friendly ghost hunter Rick Sent from my iPhone
Rick Hodge
Jul 11
#3962
 
3961

Re: Bald Big Brown

Why are you using medicated chick starter the one I use is non medicated since the medicated is to protect chickens not worms or bats. And I assume the roundup
Bruce Taylor
Jul 11
#3961
 
3960

Re: Bald Big Brown

Kiri on vitamins are there any specific vitamins you suggest to bump up? Leslie is calcium chloride OK whatever calcium I give what is your recommendations for
Rick Hodge
Jul 11
#3960
 
3959

Re: Bald Big Brown

Are use a dry mealworm mix with Roundup medicated chick starter, y Gerber mixed baby cereal, wheat germ, missing link for cats, vionate, Calcium carbonate and
Rick Hodge
Jul 10
#3959
 
3958

Re: Bald Big Brown

Have you tried evening primrose oil? Or similar eg flax seed? Give a tiny drop daily orally or gut load mealworms. I do this by squeezing capsules over the
kiri green
Jul 10
#3958
 
3957

Re: Bald Big Brown

What do you use for calcium I have calcium chloride Have a great day, Your friendly ghost hunter Rick Sent from my iPhone
Rick Hodge
Jul 10
#3957
 
3956

Re: Bald Big Brown

It happens all the time with big browns. It's probably nutritional, but they do seem to catch up. I give my baldies sunshine therapy (outside in filtered
lesliesturges
Jul 10
#3956
 
3955

Re: Bald Big Brown

Forgot to answer the other part of your questions they're all on the same formula and this is the only one that is bald Have a great day, Your friendly ghost
Rick Hodge
Jul 10
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3954

Re: Bald Big Brown

I've looked for mites however I have not seen any. However, I took in a baby with mites two weeks ago and even though it was quarantined, I treated all my
Rick Hodge
Jul 10
#3954
 
3953

Re: Bald Big Brown

Could he have some sort of skin mite infestation? We got in a big juvenile years ago that was completely bald, looked like a giant baby. The skin on his back
Cynthia Myers
Jul 10
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