what causes a turkey's leg to deform at the age of 3 or 4 months old? They were fine as babies
I don't know if the same can happen in turkeys, but when I raised rabbits we had one whose back legs progressively deformed between about a month and three months old. The vet said that it was because she'd eaten too much and gained weight too fast before her bones had time to harden, the rest of the litter died due to a breach so she hadn't had any competition.
by kellysco2001 8 years ago
I have a 3 months old and a month old baby bunny. They are eating like crazy. How much and how...often do they need feeding. When do you feed them fresh greens or carrots etc.
by cactusbythesea 6 years ago
Do you comment on older hubs (over 6 months old) or do you prefer to only comment on new hubs?
by mountainfyre 7 years ago
Can you give asperin to kittens about 7 months old for pain
by Muhammad Mashhood Qasmi 5 years ago
Would you like to guess how old is he, given in the picture?
by Isabella Mukanda-Shamambo 6 years ago
My baby (15 mo) is not attached to any blanket or toy, she is extremely attached to me!Fault my parenting, may be. I have 3 other older children whom I did not have to stay with at home because I had a full time job for all their young lives until the youngest was 3 years old. For this baby, I have...
by Maggie1875 7 years ago
My son is now 3 years 3 months old. He at times wakes up early in the morning crying to meet...either a friend's child whom he has met only twice that too 7 months back or he may want to watch Thomas the train DVD or something else. Also when he is upset he starts clawing or hitting or...
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