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Wow, it didn't take me nearly as long to catch up as I expected... Pond was nearly frozen today!

Didn't feel well all day, now can't sleep. hmm.png

i finally caught up!!!

 

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Sad day. Found the remnants of Katherine. Nothing left but feathers. I assume fox. Either she went out there to nest, and got discovered, or something came in a drug her out. Just a few feet beyond the yard fence. sad.png

This is my first predator loss at home. Guess I better get the traps back out.

In happier news, I got Sara and the littles out into the baby coop. Keeping the cochin, the booted Serama, and the 2 silky seramas inside to hand raise for a while longer.

so sorry :hugs

 

congrats on the littles :love

 

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Sorry about Katherine.  Keep an eye on the skies - BOP frequently scatter feathers like that when feeding.

 

First rule a country boy learns - Never make contact with the item being defrosted.

 

14 dozen Hungarian cookies completed.  I have been granted 'lunch break'.  So the Princess is rolling dough, and cutting into rectangles, I am filling with jam and folding - wait she's dancing to Christmas rock music.  I've seen the commercials.  I know all about this so I ask, "Is this a 'special' moment'? "  She laughed.  :th  Where did I go wrong ?

you need to play george straits song christmas cookies.....

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Hi    :frow

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Hi    :frow


I believe it's polite to introduce oneself when gate-crashing a RR thread :gig 

 

Nice to see you back in the mix :)

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Hi    :frow

 

Hi, Liz, where ya been ?

Friends are the family you make for yourself.
There are no coincidences- only providences.

Celebrating the fourth quarter of my first century.

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Friends are the family you make for yourself.
There are no coincidences- only providences.

Celebrating the fourth quarter of my first century.

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so question on the nipples, (tehehe)

i know the horizontal are more preferred than vertical but there are 2 types of horizontal

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or 

 

Image result for horizontal nipple waterer

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Hi, Liz, where ya been ?

busy with the calendar contests, and i am still getting caught up on some other threads 

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I believe it's polite to introduce oneself when gate-crashing a RR thread :gig 

 

Nice to see you back in the mix :)

Hi i'm liz and people who dont know me tend to call me dwayne

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so question on the nipples, (tehehe)

i know the horizontal are more preferred than vertical but there are 2 types of horizontal

Related image

 

or 

 

Image result for horizontal nipple waterer


always preferable to vertical IMO. I prefer the term "pert",  however :hide 

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Sure does. She was one of the 2 oldest birds I had at home. Hatched her not quite 2 years ago, with Armand. She was a great broody. I will miss her bunches. But I am relieved to know. I would not have given up hope that she would return in a month with chicks in tow.

So sorry!! hugs.gif

I agree, it is better to know though... went through same thing when we lost our Burn boy... sad.png

Will never forget the naming party for Katherine and Armand... wink.png
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busy with the calendar contests, and i am still getting caught up on some other threads 

 


Guess those photo shoots can take a while ;) 

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