Originally Posted by ejb3810
I suppose that many will sleep in due to the rain? If we get substantial rain we may lose most of the snow, which would be very nice.
For the Great Gray Wolf lovers, a friend of my wife posted on Facebook a photo she took on Easter Sunday. Mid day at 37th Ave W and 7th St. A nice big wolf walking down the street. Probably looking for some small dog to invite to lunch.
Ralphie, perhaps it is something in your water that is causing all this broodiness, as it seems that you are having more than your fair share of it.
The line about the turkey eliminating on you was quite humorous to me, but I was thinking that wearing the farmer bib coveralls does serve a purpose. Hope your hatch goes well and you are inundated with new chicks and lots of CLB pullets.
Wow a wolf at 37th w and 7th!! That IMHO means we have too many wolves if they are that brazen. It also worries me as that wolf has lost his fear of humans.
I am glad my misery of turkey poop in my undies and down my leg amused you. I said two or three bad words when it happened.
I am going to end hatching on some breeds. I am putting the BA's back in the layer coop tonight. I am not going to breed anymore EE either. Unless someone wants them. Then I will just grab colored eggs and see what comes out as Blackie, I am sure, will take his place as head rooster back from Sven. Chauncy is going to go away now. I will be contacting the woman that wanted him and see if she still does.
The only thing I will continue to breed will be PC's (If they stop being broody and lay eggs), the Speckled Sussex and the creamettes. I am even going to take a turkey hen to Coffee. I still need turkey eggs but losing one turkey hen will not bother me much.
It is funny, (the hatch) The EE, and Sussex have almost all finished hatching, the BA are over half done and the clb have not started yet. I do not have one PC egg in this hatch, none of them developed, and I only had a few to start with because of the last broody hen.