Foot and toe injuries are common but potentially serious in chickens. Learn how to treat them appropriately to avoid pecking and infection.
There’s no doubt about it, it’s easy to get injured on the farm and homestead. Large machinery and animals can set you up for serious pain if you aren’t cautious. Although these tips won’t guarantee your safety, when followed consistency they can cut down on your chances of injury.
Jeff Wood, Assistant Director of Sports Medicine for University of Tennessee Athletics, makes a living helping athletes deal with overuse injuries of the shoulder and elbow, low back pain, various muscle strains such as hamstrings, and sprains involving knees, ankles, wrists, etc. Contusions from batted and thrown balls are a common problem, as well as […]
Injuries to muscles, bones and soft tissue, muscle cramps, even arthritis-like symptoms respond very well to homeopathic remedies. Let’s take a look at some remedies you need to have on hand for common injuries and pains.