Monday, February 23, 2009

A bye bye wave

Dear All belovd friends,

It has been a good experience to share lots of things in this blog. But since I decide to quit my job, then I cannot call myself a chicken doctor anymore. Therefore, I will close this blog by the end of this month. If you have any question reg. chickens and its health, you can reach me at

Still, may God bless all chickens all over the world.
May God bless you

Imelda is my real name
Imelda Manullang, DVM

Sunday, February 15, 2009


Sorry I'm not in any mood of posting anything about technical things.
Not in a mood of doing anything right now.
Nobody to blame, nothing to blame, it is all about me.

By the way, I am back to Jakarta again. But right now, i hate this place.
I even hate the way it sound.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Happy Valentine

In the early beginning of a Love Day, I started to feel out of love.
Life is pointless now. And it hurts.

Anyway, it's not about red mites or any parasite of the chicken..

For everybody and every chicken who feels lonely in this Valentine's Day,
I'm with you and I'm sorry

Happy Valentine

Sunday, February 01, 2009

Sunday Sunday-Red mites part 2

Sorry for haven't updating anything since I have been sick for a week. Not really a serious illness though, but really annoying, seriously.

I had to admit that I already late for my Influenza vaccination booster. Late around umm..3 months..Hehe. I will never forget those chickens vaccination schedule but I forgot my own vaccination (not a good example) :p

I want to share how to look up for RED MITES today. Red Mites are a nocturnal parasites, they active, suck blood and eat skin epithelial at night, but not impossible for you to see these things at day light. The easiest place to find it, is in the cloacal region (umm, chickin butt :) or other area with no feathers like under the wings. See it very closely, because they are transparent when they are not full of blood (or nearly pink). The more easier you see them there, the more heavier the infestation get.

OK, have a good luck with your chickins. Hm..I think I should put how to eliminate these bugs in the next post? Gotta go travelling again