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Old 06-09-2015, 07:52 PM
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Have you gone down the milk thistle path yet for Peepers? Worth a bit of research into.

The other option you may not have considered is to expand your flock. The only guarantee is that our little ones will leave us all too soon. They could have a night fright, a seizure - you just never know. With a larger flock, a remaining bird will not be on his or her own when it's best friend passes.