Originally Posted by jerryse
Here is the auto sexing project cockerel I removed . I want more of his color but he only has 1 barring gene . I will put in a rooster with 2 barring genes for selling hatching eggs . Raining and 36 degrees here .
ooooohh, he is some eye candy!
Originally Posted by holm25
Once upon a time a little 7 year old had a whole tub of Garter snakes. He caught them all at the baseball park with his friends. One day the little boy found the cutest little Robin and thought " Mr. Robin its your lucky day!! I havea whole tub of snakes who need a brother!" So the little boy ran home with his little Robin and brought him to his new brothers and sisters. The next morning when the little boy went out side to check on his snakes and Robin he noticed Mr. Robin was not in the tub. He looked and looked but couldnt find the Robin. Soon after Mr. Robin disappeared the little boy noticed his biggest snake was looking a little fat in one spot. He soon realized that Mr. Robin had been involved in a homocide!! The poor boy was sad that the snake ate his brother. All the snakes were charged with the death penalty... The end....
Btw that little boy was me... Snakes and little Mr. Robins dont mix...
I also wrote the 26lbs turtle who tried to eat the neighbors Pomeranian. ( long story short, my brother and I were told turtles tasted good and we saw a giant snapper on the road. So we put him in a tub and tipped the tub over. We found him half way under a fence with a tiny Pomeranian barkimg at him.)
The little bunny who got his head ripped of by a putty tat.
Wow, i'd be terrified after hearing these bedtime stories Holm!
Originally Posted by KlopKlop
All done with working from the home office.... now it is time to start working on 2015 taxes.
After that i may schedule an appointment to hear nails drug across a chalkboard... just to continue with the theme of fun and happy things to do today!!
or a colonoscopy... Hahaha! I hear ya! My drive wasn't too bad, didn't get above 45, but at least no huge issues.
Originally Posted by duluthralphie
EJB I have the PC girls in their breeding coop so I can see which eggs is theirs. The one I thought is it. I am guessing it took 7-10 days for those eggs to show up once I got light on them.
However, I have had light on my Speckled Sussex for 2 weeks and have not gotten an egg from them yet..
Kloppers 54grams on that egg again, so it may not be the chicken for you if the size matters. To me it does not, I like the cushion combs and they are pretty calm birds.
Here is Ethel sitting out the storm. Everyone has to love Ethel! Its the law!
She is lovely!
Went to the coop and the girls were yelling at me like this snow and wind is my fault. as much as i try to make their coop snow proof, snow till gets in when it is blowing sideways, and boy did they gave the me the business! hahaha!
Edited by Cluckies - 2/2/16 at 3:13pm