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She's getting new scaly legs? Why did you remove her old legs anyway?

@bubbles12345 I used to mark The time, date and day, temperature, clouds or sun, and any little thing I knew of.

:lau

Ooh, temp and clouds, those are good ones! so much I am forgetting! :gig

 

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@chicknlove

 

:goodpost:

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Lol thanks i hope our neighbors think they are pretty too lmao ill have to try and convince them they are decorations for my pond

:yuckyuck

 

 

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Probably imported from China !

:gig

 

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funny.Hey again all

hey CH!

 

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110V-AC-Temperature-Controller-Digital-Outlet-Thermostat-Sensor-Probe-ITC-308   110V AC Temperature Controller Digital Outlet Thermostat + Sensor Probe ITC-308

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/110V-AC-Temperature-Controller-Digital-Outlet-Thermostat-Sensor-Probe-ITC-308-/151924031209

 

 

    Have Passed CE and RoHs Certifications.

 

Main features: 

-Plug and play design, easy to use; 
-Dual relay output, be able to connect with refrigeration and heating equipment at the same time; 
-Support reading with Centigrade or Fahrenheit unit; 
-Maximum output load: 1000W(110V)/2000W(220V); 
-Dual display window, be able to display measured temperature and set temperature at the same time; 
-Temperature calibration; 
-Compressor delay protection for refrigeration control High and low temperature alarms are available; 
-Over-temperature and sensor fault alarm 
-Heating/Cooling differential function could be set separately for refrigeration and heating to protect temperature controller from violent change. 

Specification:
 

-Temperature Control Range : -50~99 °C / -58~210 ° F 
-Temperature Resolution: 0.1 ° C / 0.1° F Temperature Accuracy: ±1°C (-50 ~ 70°C) / ±1°F (-50 ~ 160° F) 
-Temperature Control Mode :On/Off Control, Heating and Cooling 
-Input Power: 100 ~240VAC, 50Hz/60Hz 
-Temperature Control Output: Max. 8.5A, 100V ~240V AC 
-Buzzer Alarm: High and Low Temperature Alarm 
-Sensor Type: NTC sensor (Including) 
-Sensor Length: 2m / 6.56ft 
-Input Power Cable Length: 1.5m (5ft) 
-Output Power Cable Length: 30cm (1ft) 
-Dimension Body: 140x68x33mm (5.5x2.7x1.3inch) 
-Socket: 85x42x24mm(3.3x1.7x1inch) 
-Ambient Temperature: -30~ 75 ° C / -22~ 167 ° F 
-Storage Temperature: -20~ 60 ° C / -4~ 140 ° F 
-Humidity 20~85% (No Condensate) 
-Warranty: 1 Year 

Package Content: 

1x ITC-308 temperature controller; 

1x Manual 

 

 

MANUAL IN PDF ITC-308 Plug and Play Temperature Controller - Ink-Bird

 

 

@fire370

@chicknlove

:goodpost: :thumbsup

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Hey Hey you found it! THat's the one. I gave up and brought the BEAST into the house so I can sit and tinker with it. It was good for all my testing indoor and out in the garage. I don't know why it started slowly losing heat and in some spots a lot of heat! So I moved my spot check around and realized it was getting hot near my vent.. I guess I could add a few more vents and a better fan and a whole new light bulb fixture.. I want to blame the thermostat ?! I want to say it is just faulty and this is NOT my fault! :hide

its not your fault just start researching to see if anyone else used it and research more.  perhaps just a bit of tinkerin will gettcha on.  do you know what fan that is ?  output?

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HarmonyAnns tolbunt chicks from @sarasweatman
a white hatch!













look at the white bunny tail on the tolbunt lau.gif







My girls and I LOVE these pictures!!! I had to take a break from day 8 candling to watch a movie with my 4 year old... It's killing me! So far, I've gotten TEN to show signs of life that I had written off a few days ago. Insert "We told you not to peek before it was time!", here... I do have a feeling this one isn't so good though...@Sally Sunshine, and friends, what'd ya say?
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If it was they probaly were packed up by the time we got there , my hubby says thank god we didnt see it lmao i would of brought home more things than needed


LOL True!

 

I got some Seramas In lock down ATM!

 

Blue egg layin Bantam EE's soon!

 

MOAR QUAIL Soon!

 

I still travel to the Kissimmee area several times a year so let me know if ya want any! ;)

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love.gif you know it, Nice legs too!thumbsup.gif it was my next try so have at it fire! Have two being beauches not starting to lay yet so not sure what size eggs I will get, I have this thing for only using good hens that also lay nice big eggs for the project, I should have gotten more pullets but thats all they had.  I wish in general that they would have more leg feathering, go big or go home lau.gif

The barred leg feathering is the bomb diggity. Or was you talking the cow chit down the side of mine! LOLOLOLOL
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its not your fault just start researching to see if anyone else used it and research more.  perhaps just a bit of tinkerin will gettcha on.  do you know what fan that is ?  output?


I was goin to ask what size fan , how many amps and what rating transformer its hooked to as well

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The barred leg feathering is the bomb diggity. Or was you talking the cow chit down the side of mine! LOLOLOLOL

:highfive:

Nice job King!

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I haven't been on much today... not that anyone was likely to notice... but I had a lot of stuff to get done today. In my free time, I was uploading a chitload of pics of chicken projects on another thread. IF anyone is interested in more details and pics of my coop/run, brooder, feeder, and water container, they can start with this post and go from there. 

 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1005964/official-byc-diy-contest-2-show-us-your-project-and-win/10#post_16436487

Jack of all trades... master of none. I know a little about everything... and a lot about nothing. I is what I are...

 

3 Production Reds - 1 Red Sexlink - 1 Brown Leghorn - 7 Barred Plymouth Rocks - 12 Standard Single Comb Rhode Island Reds - and - 1 Standard Rose Comb Rhode Island Red

Jack of all trades... master of none. I know a little about everything... and a lot about nothing. I is what I are...

 

3 Production Reds - 1 Red Sexlink - 1 Brown Leghorn - 7 Barred Plymouth Rocks - 12 Standard Single Comb Rhode Island Reds - and - 1 Standard Rose Comb Rhode Island Red

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I haven't been on much today... not that anyone was likely to notice... but I had a lot of stuff to get done today. In my free time, I was uploading a chitload of pics of chicken projects on another thread. IF anyone is interested in more details and pics of my coop/run, brooder, feeder, and water container, they can start with this post and go from there. 

 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1005964/official-byc-diy-contest-2-show-us-your-project-and-win/10#post_16436487

:highfive:

Thx Ur!

 

U da man!

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Original breeding was a barred roo over a light brahma hen and then bred another barred roo over their offspring pullet.

Interesting! That explains why she looks exactly like a BR... except for having feathered legs. Can't wait until I'm able to experiment with a few crosses...   

Jack of all trades... master of none. I know a little about everything... and a lot about nothing. I is what I are...

 

3 Production Reds - 1 Red Sexlink - 1 Brown Leghorn - 7 Barred Plymouth Rocks - 12 Standard Single Comb Rhode Island Reds - and - 1 Standard Rose Comb Rhode Island Red

Jack of all trades... master of none. I know a little about everything... and a lot about nothing. I is what I are...

 

3 Production Reds - 1 Red Sexlink - 1 Brown Leghorn - 7 Barred Plymouth Rocks - 12 Standard Single Comb Rhode Island Reds - and - 1 Standard Rose Comb Rhode Island Red

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