Cow update: no bagging or filling. Leaking is same. So now we just watch and wait.
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These are single barred . The bottom one is now old enough to breed . So he is the daddy of the eggs I set .
Ralphie those trailing berries are either dewberry or Alaskan raspberry . My dewberries are like blackberries only trailing .
The Boysen was a cross of the California dewberry and a raspberry . Turns out the California dewberry ( rubus ursin ) has male and female
plants . So that cross was as easy as planting a female ursin among raspberries . There are many polidy levels among brambles making things complex for crossing . I am assuming dewberry are compatible with raspberries .
Ralphie we may have to do some trading . I could graft some trees for you and you could get me starts of berry .
I am going to try and get some pictures of mine that I think are single barred.. double barred would be like a Barred rock then?
A single barred male will have a non barred feather somewhere that give it away . Double barred will not have that . Barring has a dosage effect making auto sexing possible .
Wow you just started speaking Greek to me... I think I have a headache now too..
Koppers I think this is pretty close to you;;\
Klop-we used field fencing and one row of electric at the bottom or snout level and they never got out. I plan to use that area again this year so making the large purchase of fencing would trickle down through the years. I can also use the area in winter for calves or water fowl.
this is what we bought:
First generation roo
First generation pullet