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post #11 of 607

Thanks for the post.

I agree with ruby...I learn better visually. I think this will be very easy to follow.

Kim
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post #12 of 607

Thanks so much for all the useful info.

post #13 of 607

This is great! Can this be stickied somewhere?  Great resource!

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Love my Jesus, love my church, love my family and friends, love my golden retriever, love my CHICKIES!!!
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post #14 of 607
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Originally Posted by the1much 

...you'll get people who will cry bout opening ya thread and seeing pics that will give em nightmares for 275 years...


But why, when the chicken in the first photo seems to be smiling as much as Frugal?

I'm going to show this to my Processing Pal, we're trying to learn more from every session we have, and this post will be very helpful to our education!  Frugal, wanna come join us the next time when we process chickens?

It's not happy people who are thankful, it is thankful people who are happy!
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It's not happy people who are thankful, it is thankful people who are happy!
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post #15 of 607
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Originally Posted by LocoPollo 

This is great! Can this be stickied somewhere?  Great resource!


It would be best to for the OP to make a personal page using the BYC utility and then asking Rob to add it to the learning center. smile

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LF Blue/Black/Splash Orpingtons - Appleyard Ducks - Geese - Bronze Turkeys - Dairy Goats - Fiber Sheep + eleventy hundred more animals
My Etsy Shop
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post #16 of 607

big_smilebig_smile I love this post!!  THANK YOU SO MUCH I can't wait to show my husband!

mixed lot of chickens many whom I have hatched and raised
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mixed lot of chickens many whom I have hatched and raised
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post #17 of 607

Fantastic. Thanks so much!

Wife and Homeschooling, sahm of three children, 11, 8, and 5,  dog owner cat owner and crazy bird lady few cockatiel, zebra finches...down to five hens. 2 cookoo (sp?) marans, 2 mutts, and 1 blue cochin
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Wife and Homeschooling, sahm of three children, 11, 8, and 5,  dog owner cat owner and crazy bird lady few cockatiel, zebra finches...down to five hens. 2 cookoo (sp?) marans, 2 mutts, and 1 blue cochin
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post #18 of 607

i think we have a new "star" here hehe wink

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BYC's original hippie..0 pair of games,0 peafowl,, 0, 0 savanah moniter,0 black emporer scorpion,0 bull snake,0 ball python,,0 wife,1 older boy,2 girls @ 7and9

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post #19 of 607

This was very good. I always wonder though when I see people cut the gizzard right open like that. When I was a kid, my mom always taught us to cut in very carefully then peel the gizzard away from the sac so that it doesn't break. She always threw away any that she broke but I have seen people do it this way several times too so I guess it was just the way she was taught.
          Becky

BTW Japanese,mille fleur Jap project,  corturnix quail, some red chickens I got at TSC, one EE and 2 EE chicks, and some really poor pyncheons, 10 ducks and 2 welsh harlequin ducklings,  one pheasant hen, one pheasant chick, one MFC chick, 2 Norwegian Jaerhon chicks.
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BTW Japanese,mille fleur Jap project,  corturnix quail, some red chickens I got at TSC, one EE and 2 EE chicks, and some really poor pyncheons, 10 ducks and 2 welsh harlequin ducklings,  one pheasant hen, one pheasant chick, one MFC chick, 2 Norwegian Jaerhon chicks.
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post #20 of 607

WOW! I am so glad that you posted this. I would like to start with some meat birds in the spring and I am going to save this for futher use. This was SO great. I too, learn best when I see it and you did an excellent job!

Thanks and WELCOME TO BYC!

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