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According to beautyofbirds.com/biting: In many cases (particularly in cases of poorly socialized or abused birds), it is self-defense. You should allow them to see your hand as friendly and not hostile, Because he/she probably was abused in his/her previous life. As mentioned above - the trick is to teach them that hands are something good -- only to be ...


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If the feather follicles are damaged in certain areas, then it's impossible for the feathers to grow back. Your bird will not have any luck in having all feathers again. I would recommend taking your bird to the vet to stop your bird from further plucking her feathers. According to this article at backyardchickens.com: If the feather follicles are damaged ...


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