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Not really.... I was suspicious as soon as I opened the box, because he was almost completely white.He is only a few days old now.....
Ahhhhh!!! Lots of ducks!
I wuv the ducks with a kitty in the middle.
Edited by BantyChooks - 3/20/16 at 5:36ampost #72223 of 1576313/20/16 at 5:34amAnd we have a favorite.... This lil RSL gal (yes, I can tell them apart) is SO tame.
She comes right out from under the MHP and jumps on my hand.post #72224 of 1576313/20/16 at 5:36ampost #72225 of 1576313/20/16 at 5:36ampost #72226 of 1576313/20/16 at 5:36amQuote:
YESSS.post #72227 of 1576313/20/16 at 5:37ampost #72228 of 1576313/20/16 at 5:43amQuote:I understand. My duck plan is pretty weak. I have two little pond liner things that I'd have to put in the ground somewhere and build a coop/run around that area. We free range right now but I'd have to consider fencing I guess.Originally Posted by BantyChooks
Nope....... I still won't be getting ducks too soon, I want then in a seperate coop but might build a door in the run so they can share the same area. Or fence off 1/3 of the run. Or build another from scratch. I have a lot of things to work out...... And I'll learn more about them while I wait!
I don't want to jump in too fast....
Edited by tao chick - 3/20/16 at 5:44amI'm creating Pleasant Row chickens: I'm starting with goals of cold hardy, dual purpose, and always bearded using Ameraucana, Crested Cream Legbar, Copper Marans, EE, Orpington, and Rock.
I'm also working toward improving the Cream Brabanter breed.I'm creating Pleasant Row chickens: I'm starting with goals of cold hardy, dual purpose, and always bearded using Ameraucana, Crested Cream Legbar, Copper Marans, EE, Orpington, and Rock.
I'm also working toward improving the Cream Brabanter breed.post #72229 of 1576313/20/16 at 5:43ampost #72230 of 1576313/20/16 at 5:46amI'm creating Pleasant Row chickens: I'm starting with goals of cold hardy, dual purpose, and always bearded using Ameraucana, Crested Cream Legbar, Copper Marans, EE, Orpington, and Rock.
I'm also working toward improving the Cream Brabanter breed.
I'm also working toward improving the Cream Brabanter breed.
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