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Angel Wing in Ducks and Geese causes and Treatment



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The wings of ducks and geese may stick out from their body; this is called Angel wing in ducks and geese the causes are not life threatening, and treatment is easy. In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.

In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.In many cases this happens when they are pecked at by other ducks or geese, but it can also be caused by excess protein in their diet. If it is the latter a change in diet can be helpful, and if it is the result of being bullied then separating the victim from the bully will suffice.


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