Originally Posted by bug7183
Originally Posted by mama2my4
Depends on when and where....
Thinking about another Harrisburg class
Originally Posted by wingstone
That is very worrisome, most of us pop on and off of here, but you can usually count on Sally to get back to you quickly..
She has off days too
Originally Posted by JoanO
Chad, I would go again if I could get into a class that is hands on and I could get certified the same day.
Dr. Hanshaw doesn't like the all in one classes where everyone brings birds. I might could do it with some meaties who are destined for a date that week.
Originally Posted by LeBlackbird
I wonder if I have a place to put more chickens?
Yep...see a spot next to the closest tub
Originally Posted by fawngrovechad
Hey guys! I have a question for all the duck peeps on here. Basically, ducks are sloppy and they're inside my wife's office right now. What I do is keep them under the lamp in a nice size plastic bin. However, I thought I would let them eat and drink outside the bin while supervised to cut down in the slop inside the bin. It's cut down on the slop inside the bin but they muck up crazy when left out (on newspaper and water on plastic top away from food). What is the easiest/cleanest way to keep these suckers?????
My wife is "at wits end!" Hellllllllllpppp!!!!!
Eww...ducks are a mess regardless of inside, outside or anywhere
Originally Posted by gardeningmama
Don't worry Sally, you're already a CPT in my book. When I need advice, I go to folks on here, not a CPT, LOL!
Mystery Solved! A little warning next time, please?
Chad's gonna share his books so Sally and DH can read ahead for the next class. And just an FYI there are now a handful of CPTs already here and more coming soon after the last class.
Originally Posted by Reyvaughn
It's been busy around here the last few days, but I wanted to come on here and complain about the enablers on this thread. Thanks to you guys posting chick pics and talking about TSC, I caved. I was doing so well with just ducks! I went in and they had a fresh shipment of bantams. Three were buff bantam Cochins. They came home with me. Then a friend decided he wanted three Amberlinks for eggs. Now he want turkeys. And they need to stay at my place because he lives in town. Tomorrow will be a fun filled day of coop building. Yay! Note the sarcasm.
It's bad enough I have an issue. Chicken math is contagious.
Also, in other news, hubby said yes to peacocks. Oh dear.
That is all.
Sounds like you wanna come down and build coops here too... I knew it! And the chicken math is like a wicked multiplication table that you never in your life saw coming. Ask ray...Ray in PA....I didn't even want a roo till his enabling self gave me the poorest run down on this beautiful BCM roo, who was the low man on the pecking order between the other roos. AND I only went to his house with the intentions of adding one already seasoned hen to my mix to help the rest get the idea of what to do. Left his house that day with 3 girls and a roo.