Originally Posted by WVduckchick
I'm actually home! No pips yet, technically just into day 19.
Them there craw dads?? Yummy!!
And I'm adopting 4 9-month old orp hens tomorrow
1 lav, 2 chocolate, and 1 black. The lav is the same Hinkjc lines as mine! All of them are beauties!!
Hard to believe mine is 25 years old now and still looks brand new.
beautiful thing about livin here, donno if I could leave em behind!
for ten adorable hatchers!
Those hens sound great! Give us lotsa pics!
Originally Posted by abbevilleoz
Thanks! This the where we had dinner.
WV remind Hubby to take it easy on Monday!
Turk, if that's what I think it is you can eat all you want! I've tried I just can't develop a taste for those things.
No! They're so good!
Originally Posted by BYC910
I won't tell if you don't and don't get spoiled with all that high livin. other thing you have to stay on top of bottle calves year round and look as far away as you can travel to get them. diary farmers will bred and want cows freshening year round . it's not a bred them all at one time thing . I heard their knocking them in the head up north again . also heard you can get truck loads up their cheap or even free
But if you want to bottle feed calves you should be able to find them year round .
Without a truck I can't transport em far at all, aside from that, I'm busy w spring chickens
this time o yr they're higher for the ease of spring n summer raising, in the fall I can get em at 5$ and my turn around would be much higher to sell em off n spring