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Corynebacterium falsenii in a rooster

Cornix

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I have a not-even-a-year-old white leghorn rooster who has white discharge from the corner of his beak - when it dries it kinda looks like dried glue. He's been tested and they found "corynebacterium falsenii" and "klebsiella pneumoniae" and he's on his second round of anti-biotics because the previous one didn't work. He's soon done with the current antibiotics and he looks like he may be getting better, but does anyone have experience with this?
 

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sunnysmom

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I do not have experience with it. That is tough when a whole round of antibiotics didn't work.

I hope he is improving on round 2. I am following your story in hope of learning more about it too.
 

kayosa

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What are the antibiotics he is on currently and the one that didn’t work?
I don’t have experience with those bacteria, but I would like to learn Incase it happens to me
 
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