This has been so effective.... we have three birds and one is a naughty bully. There is plenty of space and things for them to do but she continued to pick on one making her raw and sore. Within days there is a dramatic improvement and a couple of weeks later all her feathers are starting to form again. It clearly tastes quite unpleasant as the bully is leaving her well alone. Very happy!
This is amazing. Our two chickens have been happily living side by side for over a year and suddenly Pepsi has started pecking Shirley's feathers. She was almost naked and I was worried it would go down to the flesh. Omlet suggested this spray and she is back to her full-feathered self ready for the cold season ahead. I am still spraying every 3 - 4 days in addition to burying food in their run to keep them occupied, as a just in case. I have been spraying in the mornings just before it gets light as it's easier to spray an unsuspecting chicken than a fully awake one!!
I highly recommend this.
I was expecting some terrible horrid smelly stuff, and was pleasantly surprised that its not that bad.
One of my ladies was having her breast feathers removed by her sisters and was looking a bit tatty. Only used the spray once and can see a definite improvement.
As always arrived promptly and well packed. If you are having problems with pecking would recommend
Very bitter stuff - do wear gloves and don't spray into the wind! The hens don't like the taste of it either, so after two thirds of he bottle had been used they had settled in together. Worked a treat.
It worked in the short term but as soon as I stopped using it Harriette started pecking the other 2 chickens again.
Really good product, works a treat
This worked really well while the chickens settled and worked out their pecking order. I would recommend this product.
Stinks! And is sticky. But helps.
I used the spray for 5 days both on the neck and around the vent of a hen with sores where the others had pecked her. Unfortunately the spray did not stop the pecking and the sores got bigger. So now she is on oral antibiotics and has been isolated and it looking much better.