OK, I did not know that. Maybe I have some Asian taste buds.
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INCUBATING w/FRIENDS! come HATCH, LEARN, & Chat! w/hosts, Sally Sunshine & BantyChooks - Page 1042post #10412 of 15763112/9/15 at 5:28amThread Starter
Dang trying to get these temps stable in my upright coolerbator! the tape I used on the back lifted from sitting and not using it for so long. I need more duct tape!!! arggggg
tried heating the old stuff with a hairdryer that didnt work!!post #10413 of 15763112/9/15 at 5:29am
Is anyone selling some of those feral eggs? No, I am not interested in the spay/neuter clinic. but far from dead.Friends are the family you make for yourself.
There are no coincidences- only providences.Friends are the family you make for yourself.
There are no coincidences- only providences.post #10414 of 15763112/9/15 at 5:32amThread StarterQuote:
SOUR!!! nope seems they may not me feral at all its still the debate of the weekpost #10415 of 15763112/9/15 at 5:33amQuote:
I hate runnin out of duct tape, it is so useful!post #10416 of 15763112/9/15 at 5:33amThread Starter
like milk n buttapost #10417 of 15763112/9/15 at 5:35am
No, I had pedialyte. I am cleaning their brooder today and changing all their bedding so I can switch to AVC instead of pedialyte. What ratio? I soaked one last night and it is still not pooping. I can tell it is trying to push it out.post #10418 of 15763112/9/15 at 5:36amQuote:
Lol, I like my tame eggs, then I get chicks like Jace!
(I dare anyone to find a tamer chicken than she, but who still has survival instincts. She is great at that!)
Feral eggs might give you all mean roosters..... Who knows?post #10419 of 15763112/9/15 at 5:37amQuote:Originally Posted by JandTRanch
Like Sally said you can do Acv in the water or save a chick electrolytes. Some just seem to get it no matter what you do if they have a certain rear end angle. i had 2 in the spring that I just ended up trimming some of the tushie fuzz and keeping the area cleaned 2-3 X a day. It will go away in just a few days :-)
I'll do some AVC in the water! What ratio?
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