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Originally Posted by roseschickies View Post

No clue why but this made me laugh and think of everyone on this site! hehe


I have one of those...it's called DH! He leaves for work at 6:30 and goes and opens the door before he leaves.

So on the other end of the spectrum, if you freerange, or even have them in a run, what time do they put themselves to bed? Mine have literally been doing it at 7:40 each night....despite the fact that there are still several hours of light left....and DH says they are wide awake when he goes to let them out....so do mine just not understand the concept of light?

http://www.communitywalk.com/pa_bycers/map/1552784

My mixed up flock of Barred Rocks, Red hens, Brown Leghorns, Speckled Sussex,  EEs, BLRW, Buff Orps, Wellies and Delawares Marans and Ameracaunnas, lone Sebright roo  and a Muscovy quad.

 

In quarantine a quintuplet of barred rocks (hopefully hens)

 

In the brooders:  Pekin ducklings, New Hampshire Reds, Buff Orps, Iowa Blue.

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http://www.communitywalk.com/pa_bycers/map/1552784

My mixed up flock of Barred Rocks, Red hens, Brown Leghorns, Speckled Sussex,  EEs, BLRW, Buff Orps, Wellies and Delawares Marans and Ameracaunnas, lone Sebright roo  and a Muscovy quad.

 

In quarantine a quintuplet of barred rocks (hopefully hens)

 

In the brooders:  Pekin ducklings, New Hampshire Reds, Buff Orps, Iowa Blue.

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Originally Posted by missydcpc View Post


I have one of those...it's called DH! He leaves for work at 6:30 and goes and opens the door before he leaves.

So on the other end of the spectrum, if you freerange, or even have them in a run, what time do they put themselves to bed? Mine have literally been doing it at 7:40 each night....despite the fact that there are still several hours of light left....and DH says they are wide awake when he goes to let them out....so do mine just not understand the concept of light?

My Girls go to bed at like 8:30! I wish they went in at 7:40! The BF is like aren't you going to close up the barn it's going to get dark soon. Sigh, something else I have to explain to him about chickens... Guess he wants to me chase them in the coop... anyways,  they are out till the absolute last minute of light, LOL  Also when it rains, a few of my girls will stand out in it, looking miserable.. I am like, hello go in the barn where it is dry!! 

post #25493 of 65573
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Originally Posted by roseschickies View Post

No clue why but this made me laugh and think of everyone on this site! hehe

I want  one NOW!!!! hahah, awesome!!!  there was alot of birds there....I only have 2hide.gif...hey, I am working on more...

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Originally Posted by LittleMissPurdy View Post

I want  one NOW!!!! hahah, awesome!!!  there was alot of birds there....I only have 2hide.gif
...hey, I am working on more...


Only two!! Wait..what? You know...we can help you with that.

Anyone else notice that the rooster did not come out first? He must be low on the pecking order in that flock.

Raising Partridge Orpingtons, Polish, BC Marans, White Marans and Nigerian Dwarfs in Southern Chester County.



Peeps in PA can be found on the Pennsylvania!! Unite!! Thread
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Raising Partridge Orpingtons, Polish, BC Marans, White Marans and Nigerian Dwarfs in Southern Chester County.



Peeps in PA can be found on the Pennsylvania!! Unite!! Thread
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Our birds go in every night at 8:45, I wish they went in earlier.

7 Black Australorps, 9 EE's, 2 Light Brahma's, 4 New Hampshire Reds, 3 Buff Orpington's, 2 GLW, 3 SLW, 3 Barred Rocks

5 Maran's, ~~4 Khaki Campbell Ducks

1 New Zealand Buck, 3 Californian Does, 8 Californian babies

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7 Black Australorps, 9 EE's, 2 Light Brahma's, 4 New Hampshire Reds, 3 Buff Orpington's, 2 GLW, 3 SLW, 3 Barred Rocks

5 Maran's, ~~4 Khaki Campbell Ducks

1 New Zealand Buck, 3 Californian Does, 8 Californian babies

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post #25496 of 65573
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Originally Posted by patrickschick View Post

SEE! She's overwhelmingly excited to take them. gig.gif

Don't give Galgo a heart attack!  ep.gif I may have friends who will take my chicks on Monday.  They were going to check officially their zoning law (off of Locus Lane in Harrisburg) but they have a nearby neighbor with chickens AND a rooster.  It MUST be okay, right?  But if they find out they can't, THEN I'm really up a creak with the deadline approaching.   

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Originally Posted by regcal966 View Post

Our birds go in every night at 8:45, I wish they went in earlier.

 

I put mine in a 730 ish....they are looking to go into their little area by then...they actually "ask" to go in, the noises they make are quite something...gonna have to teach them to get the paper too..tongue.png

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Originally Posted by Blarneyeggs View Post


Only two!! Wait..what? You know...we can help you with that.

Anyone else notice that the rooster did not come out first? He must be low on the pecking order in that flock.

hide.gifyeah Blarney...only two..but, I am working on improving my math...wink.png...hahah  , yeah...I did notice the rooster..way in the back, so nobody can see when this happens to himsmack.gif......I love my rooster......cool.png

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Originally Posted by Czechski View Post

Don't give Galgo a heart attack!  ep.gif  I may have friends who will take my chicks on Monday.  They were going to check officially their zoning law (off of Locus Lane in Harrisburg) but they have a nearby neighbor with chickens AND a rooster.  It MUST be okay, right?  But if they find out they can't, THEN I'm really up a creak with the deadline approaching.   
I use to live in the same township as where your friends on locust lane in harrisburg and you are not allowed farm animals of any kind including chickens. So glad I don't live there anymore rules for everything.

I have several different breeds of chickens all Large Fowl. Blue laced and black laced Barnevelders, Blue/Black/Splash/Buff/White/Silver Laced Large Fowl Cochins, Blue Laced Red Wyandottes,Columbian Wyandottes,Light/Buff Brahmas, lavender orpingtons. Chicks and Hatching Eggs Available in some breeds. Please PM me, i love to talk chicken:)

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I have several different breeds of chickens all Large Fowl. Blue laced and black laced Barnevelders, Blue/Black/Splash/Buff/White/Silver Laced Large Fowl Cochins, Blue Laced Red Wyandottes,Columbian Wyandottes,Light/Buff Brahmas, lavender orpingtons. Chicks and Hatching Eggs Available in some breeds. Please PM me, i love to talk chicken:)

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Has anyone ever worked with any 'Foley-line' birds? I see and read alot about his birds...just curios, they are beautiful.love.gif  I come back here to you guys to ask my questions, you all put-up with me betterroll.png

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Originally Posted by missydcpc View Post

I've got some pink handcuffs you can borrow.....they're leftover from halloween
. Just from halloween huh? wink.png lol

The Girls: Salmon Fav,  FBCM,Black Austrolorp, Barred Rock, EE, Silkie, GLW, SLW, blue isbar, and a MF leghorn.

19 sheep (Romney/Finn cross - for wool & pets/lawnmowers)

1 pony, 3 barn cats, 1 German Shepherd, and mom to a 6yr old little girl.

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The Girls: Salmon Fav,  FBCM,Black Austrolorp, Barred Rock, EE, Silkie, GLW, SLW, blue isbar, and a MF leghorn.

19 sheep (Romney/Finn cross - for wool & pets/lawnmowers)

1 pony, 3 barn cats, 1 German Shepherd, and mom to a 6yr old little girl.

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