Originally Posted by Chaos18
Originally Posted by mlm Mike
Alright, I'll try to ship them tomorrow. Bubble wrap from Walmart? Is there more than one size? Are all these questions answered in the directions I'm supposed to be following? lol
The biggest thing is make sure to use fresh eggs. Bubble wrap from wherever you can buy bubble wrap from. Use a 6"x12" piece per egg to wrap them.
yeah whut he said
Originally Posted by Pensmaster
Originally Posted by Sally Sunshine
Wow I dont know if I could live with that threat, unless I had a cheap replaceable home!
sweet!! you hunt them?
It's very scary, home is home no matter the cost. Getting out of here if there was a fire is my main concern. We live at the end of a road with one way out. Not the best choice I've made.
We got this place for a steal. Real blessing well, except summer. Insurance is extremely high and just the other day I got a letter saying they were going to come through the place and inspect it for trouble areas which means rates are going up.
No I don't hunt them. Lots of folks have volunteered to come and hunt for me though. The turkeys are all over the place. Not unusual for flock of little poults to be in the teens for numbers. Lots of things eat them though.
oh!!! see I didnt think of that! I should have a plan here because we are in the mnts. there was a forest fire half mile away when we were kids, burnt a bunch of acres but nothing like you all. I remember we had all sorta critters down behind the house in the woods and in the back clearing. Turkeys deer, and birds. I thought that was cool as a kid, I didnt realize what could have happened should they not have been able to contain it. You can still walk through those woods and the trees are growing at some spots and still have chars all over them. amazing they could survive.
oh no! on the insurance! do you have alot of acreage?
eat the turkey? what eats them? oh yer in CA I guess you have cats?