Thanks, haven't finished reading all of the links but some of the essentials that were mentioned I already have are a sulpha remedy, lice and mite spray, liquid vitamens and worming mix as well as the recipe for a electrolyte mix.
I already knew about the dye stuff (Blu-kote) to stop pecking (could use that Cetrigen stuff for that instead), just didn't know it's name.
Already have clippers, sharp scissors, duct tape, vasiline, disposable gloves and guaze.Things still to obtain
will be some Cetrigen/Riteaid/LOTAGEN for wounds, some tetracycline for pink eye or teramycin spray, that moxidectin sounds good instead of my current wormer as does that calcium alginate dressing, I might stick with Betadine instead of that povidone stuff.
I didn't know about the use of the olive oil for blockages and epsom salts for ingestion or a warm salt bath for laying issues, abdominal swelling and irritated skin.
I don't think I'll be keeping the birds long enough to need a calcium supplement but will add in the 2 that were mentioned in here for future reference: Soluvet, Calcivet.
1 other thing that I found in a different post was using garlic bulbs in the water to discourage mozzies.
Vaccines found I might need were the (I will get more specific info on what vaccines are needed to sell older bubs) :
ILT vaccine for day olds
Vaxsafe® MG (Mycoplasma gallisepticum (MG) related Chronic Respiratory Disease (CRD))
Intervet Nobilis® Fowl Pox Vaccine
That Tablet form for Marek's disease from Forte Dodge sounds cheaper and more affordable than the ampule form.
Still to do more reading up on the others that were listed as I will only
be keeping chicks for up to 6 weeks old with plenty getting sold as day olds.
Will also contact the local hatchery that's here to see how much it costs to get the birds vaccinated out there, might save a bit of money.
I'll add that contacts list thread in here for future reference as well.viewtopic.php?f=5&t=8459