Not easy to spray and hold the chook but managed it but also ended up a bit purple! - they started to heal and are now looking feathery again didn’t need to use too much but covered the area well.
I used this on a cut on one of my hen's feet and it stopped the bleeding straight away so the other hens showed no further interest in the blood. The cut healed quickly. I have also sprayed it on a couple of my hens who had been feather pecked; on a large area the spray drips off and doesn't really stick to the skin long enough so it needed to be reapplied several times but it soothed the redness quite well. I did have purple fingers for a while but it eventually disappears.
Have had to use it on a couple of occassions and the wound has healed. However, beware! The purple colour stays on chicken for quite some time. One of the girls had her comb pecked so we put a touch of this onto it - poor Dora's head still has a purple patch after 2 weeks. Use outdoors and always wear gloves!
Seems to heal AND soothe. Our other chooks are obviously not so attracted to the colour purple so little Vera is getting a chance to recover and grow back her tail feathers.
great stuff- worked a treat but a bit messy- I ended up being purple as well !