Originally Posted by Jazkabor
My family is in dayton Oregon!
Not much weather to worry about, yet. .
We are trying to find some well bread Muscovy to keep down the slugs, my garden was demolished...
Originally Posted by TurtlePowerTrav
With that many hens, you will just have a lower fertility rate. If you raise a cockerel from hatch where it grows up around the roo, things usually are less...
Originally Posted by Shortstuff112
My rooster was a RR too and he had 20 hens of his own. I think your roo wil be ok! I would not suggest bringing a new roo in with him because almost every rooster will...
Originally Posted by Cloverleaf Farm
Why don't you just post your questions, and we can all offer experience / advice. I often have neither time nor patience, but I'll try my best.
I have seen...
Originally Posted by Sumatra503
They always go to my neighbor's $2000 newly lanscaped yard to scrap up bark chips. And last time I brought home new hens they disaapeared and when I found them they were...
Originally Posted by bigboy70
So now I have a 7 yr old hen a6 week old chick and gunna get babies today how in the heck this this gunna work
I have been away a bit and haven't made it through the posts yet. I...
Originally Posted by Chicken Rustler
I would be interested in the long term effects of large quantity of alfalfa. I know with horses, cows and goats etc lots of alfalfa has some very bad side effects.