Originally Posted by RBahmer
Ok, I have a question for everyone. Hope someone can help me with it. How do I elimanate mice from my young chickens house without hurting my young ones ? They are in there real bad and I can't stand it !!!! Anyone have any answers ?
Originally Posted by RBahmer
X2 Thanks for your input Keyt. I just don't know what to do but I do know when I open their door in the mornings I can smell the mice and I can't stand that smell. I am going to clean it out AGAIN when I feel better. I don't feel good today so I am staying inside a lot. Probably tomorrow I will clean it again.
I got to meet BobBry this morning. He is a real nice fella. I liked him.
Originally Posted by Opa
Stayed up until almost 2am reading David Baldacci's book "The Innocent" and yet here I am awake at 5am. Wish I knew what it is that wakes me after so little sleep.
Well that's enough complaining so might as well get this day underway. I've a crossword awaiting, a sunrise to watch and another good day is starting. I've got to take Granny to the pain management clinic for the MRI and xray follow up. Hopefully they will enable the doctors to devise a regime that will afford her some relief from the arm pain she has been experiencing. With the exception of her arm hurting after a few hours of crochting she is in remarkably good health. I know had she remained in Kentucky she wouldn't be alive and since moving here we have been able to resolve all of her health issues. When one considers the debilitating issues she had there is no doubt that the "good old days" are now.
I drove to Charlotte yesterday, met up with Robin and she gave me some really good looking hatchin eggs. Met her son and got some chicken info from both of them. Thanks, Robin. I like you too, but then I suspect you knew that. this note is to anyone who didn't know how nice, friendly and generous you are. Also many thanks for the clear concise directions to get to Charlotte via M 50 off of I 96. What a beautiful drive, found myself wishing for someone elsewith me so they could drive and I could enjoy that pastoral beauty and the small town ambiance I didn't know existed in our beautiful state. Most of my travels in Michigan have been to the north of Muskegon, or on major highways, (always the fastest route) and ( that) scenery is limited thereabouts.
From Charlotte, on to Howell, the noun, not the verb, where anothe pleasant experience Awaited me. Thank you so much, Sam, for the tour of your Facalities, no ! not those facilities (joke) Your Containment, housing for people and chickens , show the high value you place on both. Great smoker too. Wish I had just a bit of the ingenious building talent and skill uou display. Nice garden. Super Over the Old Deck Room. Loved it.
I've not had the pleasure of meeting others involved in BYC, but if all of them are as nice as the two I met yesterday, It's a super, great , friendly bunch.
Thanks again to both of you.
Gotta get crackin on a place to isolate our two broodies so they can get into mommyhood.
ps. I saw that book on Opas' table, so he may not just be blowin smoke. He jost could be readin stuff.