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post #2 of 24

yup

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Mine do all the time and I've never had a problem.

Please help with Egg Color Chart!

The Flock : 1 BA/EE hen, and Red (EE Rooster). The BA/EE hen hatched out 6 chicks September 4/5, 5 are hers and the other is half CM, 1 Brown Leghorn pullet and 3 roosters ( I'm looking to give the roosters away so if you are interested let me know) and a mixed breed bantam hen

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Please help with Egg Color Chart!

The Flock : 1 BA/EE hen, and Red (EE Rooster). The BA/EE hen hatched out 6 chicks September 4/5, 5 are hers and the other is half CM, 1 Brown Leghorn pullet and 3 roosters ( I'm looking to give the roosters away so if you are interested let me know) and a mixed breed bantam hen

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post #4 of 24

Yes, mine love bananas.smile

Understanding wife,2 dogs,4 cats(last count),10 BO,10 BA,and 13 brown leghorns.
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Understanding wife,2 dogs,4 cats(last count),10 BO,10 BA,and 13 brown leghorns.
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post #5 of 24

Yes.

Rule of Thumb: Anything you can eat, they can eat.

Onions and garlic give them funny tasting eggs, so you gotta watch that. Potatoe eyes seem to have some sort of issue, but there again... would you eat them?

Peace... David
"Poetry often comes in through the window of irrelevance"

 

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Peace... David
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post #6 of 24

yes.......but be careful to not leave the peel laying on the ground...ever see a chicken slip and fall on her @$$ ?lau

post #7 of 24

yuckyuck

OK, this was my last thread before going to sleep...thanks for the final giggle of the day!

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Mine LOVE bananas. I peel them and put them in a suet cage feeder. It takes them longer to eat --- giving them something to do during the long winter.big_smile

1BR rooster ,3EE hens ,2BO hens and 5 baby EEs

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1BR rooster ,3EE hens ,2BO hens and 5 baby EEs

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post #9 of 24

OMG YES!!!!!!!   Mine go Bananas for them!  lau

miss Jay's mama - GREAT  idea with the suet cage!  I'm gonna try that!

Katie

Oh so overrun with chickens, and loving every minute of it. 
Great Hatching Experiment - *I* went broody 8-MAR-2009!   2 chicks hatched, 1 surviving and thriving
Me, the Boy, SF Ameracaunas, Bantam Mille Cochin project, Mille and Mottled d'Uccles, Silkies, Bantam Cochins galore and a pair of roof-top Seramas.  Fluffy butts and fluffy feet as far as the eye can see!
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Oh so overrun with chickens, and loving every minute of it. 
Great Hatching Experiment - *I* went broody 8-MAR-2009!   2 chicks hatched, 1 surviving and thriving
Me, the Boy, SF Ameracaunas, Bantam Mille Cochin project, Mille and Mottled d'Uccles, Silkies, Bantam Cochins galore and a pair of roof-top Seramas.  Fluffy butts and fluffy feet as far as the eye can see!
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post #10 of 24

I love it when they get "banana lips" and you have a ton of hens running around trying to clean their lips off...It is hilarious!

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