Well, this started out as my son's science project. My husband watched one hatch and fell in love. He decided he wanted each of us to have one. We hatched three of them from eggs. They hatched last week. I asked the lady that have them to me for more eggs but she bought me 4 chicks. They were not real clean and 2 had pasty butt. I had to clean them up and look them over real good. I didn't know they came from the auction until after I had them in with the others. One in acting really strange. It just kind of stands under the light like it is nodding, lol. I am not sure of the breed of any of them. The eggs came from her mixed flock but the new ones came from the auction as I stated. I'm worried because I put them together. 😳 my kids have already grown attached and I would hate fire anything to happen to the ones we hatched. Please, any advice or assistance would be appreciated.
BTW I am originally from Plainfield, NJ, I now reside in GA! 😊
The nodding chick needs vitamins. Try (infant) Polyvitasol without iron.
Congratulations!!!! I am so happy for you!
hmmm i know of a few people that have them...
please dont go invisible
awesome! he looks happy
really? that precise
more, need more
yes, it sure is
i would do that in a heartbeat!
no! I will stay
i like your cooking, enchiladas mmm
you were talking chicks the whole time lol
polish or silkie
holy cow !
if that is your real picture, you look like someone i went to school with
only 8 hours?
lol, good luck!
really? snakes and spiders? huh
what an interesting cross lol, cant wait to see them full grown
everyone should learn, good for you
at least it doesnt kick
have you thought about shipping birds yet?
i wanted to name my dog sparkplug lol
prayers and hugs @flocktastic
awww i love Sturgis!!!
I know you like my cooking, and I thought of you when I said it.
You flirt with me as much as the guys do! Awesome!!
Yes, that's really him.
You can have Sturgis!
You disappeared. Why can't I?
Did I forget anything?