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Healing salve for chickens. Made locally in Bella Vista, Arkansas from naturally healing herbs and organic oils from our own permaculture beds here at Serendipitous Summer Farms. Unscented. The herbs in this salve/ointment are not only soothing to painful dry, cracked, or damaged feet due to scaly mites... They actually heal and restore! It kills scaly mites and aids in healing. The organic comfrey used is also beneficial for skin disorders and feather loss due to molting. Again, not only to relieve pain and discomfort, but to actually aid in healing!

1 oz. tin $12.95

2 oz. eco friendly no mess stick tube $19.95

4oz. eco friendly container $29.95

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