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Christina Sammet
Christina Sammet

Pasty butt. Warm water cloth to wipe it off. Someone else with more experience will probably chip in about their diet. I’m not sure about that yet. Mine had it caked on good when they arrive so I held their butt in shallow warm water for a few minutes to help break it up before wiping it.

April Duff Hearon
April Duff Hearon

Yes, pasty butt.
I actually hold the little chickies butt under running warm water and use a q tip to get that off. It happenes sometimes in new chicks. In my experience I’ve only had to get that off of them once, maybe twice, and it always clears up after that. It’s very important to get that off of them tho because it causes them to get backed up and they can die from it.

Taylor Cee
Taylor Cee

Bathe in warm water with dish soap, dry her really well then apply olive oil or Vaseline

Cecyle Callahan
Cecyle Callahan

Pasty butt. When it dries they can’t poop, and will die if not removed. Soak it off, or if a small spot it can be popped off. Any bleeding needs to be cleaned and monitored. Soaking is best.

Logan Diamond Clifton
Logan Diamond Clifton

After you clean her butt with a warm wet paper towel or if it comes off if you can pull it gently after you warm it and wet it put baby oil on it and that’ll keep the poop from sticking to her butt for a while