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Can guinea hen use for bumps?

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2012-11-08 20:12:59
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Please explain more detailed- what exactly are you asking?

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Please rephrase that- do you mean can Guinea hen use weed for bumps? What do you mean by that?

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Africa- all over it in different countries there.

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