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Originally Posted by wingstone View Post
 

sorry I forgot you are just a little older than me...:hide

 

I went and got done early, plan on staying in till it stops snowing.

 

Animated winter snow scene with deer and stream by cabin

stay inside and enjoy//

Purdy..from the inside...oh wing..you went there..:ep...hahhahaha....it is on like donkey-kong!!!!..hahahaha...fun to much fun!!!

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Hope everyone is well!  I haven't been on in months!  Just got done placing extra hay in coops and going to lock everyone in tonight because of the cccooolllldddd weather.  Chickens are not cooperating with me, they want to stay out in the snow that is now falling.

welcome back!! ...try to stay warm..going to get real bad..we are going to leave the water drip from the faucets tonight..these old farm homes are just a bit cooler than the new homes..;)

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really wish the quail would start laying again,,,,I miss these

Beet pickled quails eggs.

and no, they are not the same when chicken eggs are used,,,,,

:drool...I will be down in about ..oh wait..it is awful bad out there...man, they look so good..**why are they different then chicken eggs?..I know NOTHING about quail..only know how to hunt them..haha...

post #32822 of 65545
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Originally Posted by Sally Sunshine View Post
 

With the cold tomorrow I will keep all the chickens inside their coops with the exception of two big brahma roosters who may fight if I let them in their coop all day together.

 

I will pay anyone who wishes to come butter up the White Faced Spanish combs and wattles! Those brats hate being held, but their combs and the Crested Cream Legbars will for sure frost bite if it dips as low as they suggest. :(  I need a barn did I mention that!  Tired of a million tiny coops!!  

 

Hoping everyone battens down the hatches and has no severe frostbite like last year! 

I have 5 wyandottes..and 1 Marans..not too worried about the dottes, but the marans..hummmm, maybe put something on her comb?:hu..does that really help?, have read a lot of people doing it, but some still get it...

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Originally Posted by wingstone View Post
 

sorry I forgot you are just a little older than me...:hide

 

I went and got done early, plan on staying in till it stops snowing.

 

Animated winter snow scene with deer and stream by cabin

stay inside and enjoy//

Purdy..from the inside...oh wing..you went there..:ep...hahhahaha....it is on like donkey-kong!!!!..hahahaha...fun to much fun!!!

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Originally Posted by kalbach8 View Post
 

Hope everyone is well!  I haven't been on in months!  Just got done placing extra hay in coops and going to lock everyone in tonight because of the cccooolllldddd weather.  Chickens are not cooperating with me, they want to stay out in the snow that is now falling.

welcome back!! ...try to stay warm..going to get real bad..we are going to leave the water drip from the faucets tonight..these old farm homes are just a bit cooler than the new homes..;)

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Originally Posted by wingstone View Post
 

really wish the quail would start laying again,,,,I miss these

Beet pickled quails eggs.

and no, they are not the same when chicken eggs are used,,,,,

:drool...I will be down in about ..oh wait..it is awful bad out there...man, they look so good..**why are they different then chicken eggs?..I know NOTHING about quail..only know how to hunt them..haha...

I am told it is just in my head and they all taste the same....maybe it is the all in one bite size...I dunno....

 

plus the quail eggs look so nice in these small jars...I have one just like in the picture that I use.

post #32824 of 65545
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Originally Posted by Sally Sunshine View Post
 

With the cold tomorrow I will keep all the chickens inside their coops with the exception of two big brahma roosters who may fight if I let them in their coop all day together.

 

I will pay anyone who wishes to come butter up the White Faced Spanish combs and wattles! Those brats hate being held, but their combs and the Crested Cream Legbars will for sure frost bite if it dips as low as they suggest. :(  I need a barn did I mention that!  Tired of a million tiny coops!!  

 

Hoping everyone battens down the hatches and has no severe frostbite like last year! 

I have 5 wyandottes..and 1 Marans..not too worried about the dottes, but the marans..hummmm, maybe put something on her comb?:hu..does that really help?, have read a lot of people doing it, but some still get it...

I never did it, but I have gotten some spotty black combs :(  Vasaline is the preferred oil

post #32825 of 65545
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Originally Posted by Sally Sunshine View Post
 

With the cold tomorrow I will keep all the chickens inside their coops with the exception of two big brahma roosters who may fight if I let them in their coop all day together.

 

I will pay anyone who wishes to come butter up the White Faced Spanish combs and wattles! Those brats hate being held, but their combs and the Crested Cream Legbars will for sure frost bite if it dips as low as they suggest. :(  I need a barn did I mention that!  Tired of a million tiny coops!!  

 

Hoping everyone battens down the hatches and has no severe frostbite like last year! 

You-have-White-Face-Black-Spanish!?!?!? SO-COOL!!!!!!! I am in love with all Mediterraneans, other than Catalina's, and I'm getting to like them :D

Everything sounds better in Latin:
"Cecidi in lutum"

...

...

...

"i fell into the mud"

God's Not Dead!!!!!!!!!

I"M RANDOM... DON'T JUDGE ME!!!!

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Everything sounds better in Latin:
"Cecidi in lutum"

...

...

...

"i fell into the mud"

God's Not Dead!!!!!!!!!

I"M RANDOM... DON'T JUDGE ME!!!!

Reply
post #32826 of 65545
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Originally Posted by chickenboy100 View Post
 
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Originally Posted by Sally Sunshine View Post
 

With the cold tomorrow I will keep all the chickens inside their coops with the exception of two big brahma roosters who may fight if I let them in their coop all day together.

 

I will pay anyone who wishes to come butter up the White Faced Spanish combs and wattles! Those brats hate being held, but their combs and the Crested Cream Legbars will for sure frost bite if it dips as low as they suggest. :(  I need a barn did I mention that!  Tired of a million tiny coops!!  

 

Hoping everyone battens down the hatches and has no severe frostbite like last year! 

You-have-White-Face-Black-Spanish!?!?!? SO-COOL!!!!!!! I am in love with all Mediterraneans, other than Catalina's, and I'm getting to like them :D

yup you should get a few for show, how close are you to us? North Berks? 

post #32827 of 65545

So Sally,,,,, you do much enabling lately ???

post #32828 of 65545
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Originally Posted by Sally Sunshine View Post
 

yup you should get a few for show, how close are you to us? North Berks? 

I'd love to! But I can't. I have enough now, with all of our ainmals we go through enough feed already! But, I'll try and remember you for when I am looking to make a Med. collection. Sorry, I'm not gonna reveal anything more than southish westish P.A., you know, all of the internet predators around.

Everything sounds better in Latin:
"Cecidi in lutum"

...

...

...

"i fell into the mud"

God's Not Dead!!!!!!!!!

I"M RANDOM... DON'T JUDGE ME!!!!

Reply

Everything sounds better in Latin:
"Cecidi in lutum"

...

...

...

"i fell into the mud"

God's Not Dead!!!!!!!!!

I"M RANDOM... DON'T JUDGE ME!!!!

Reply
post #32829 of 65545

But seriously Sally has some gorgeous birds, if you are looking for a breed that she has, go ahead and take the plunge......

 

 

speaking of plunge, Hubby wants to go do the polar plunge for the  special olympics.....I THINK HE IS NUTS....

post #32830 of 65545
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Originally Posted by Sally Sunshine View Post
 

With the cold tomorrow I will keep all the chickens inside their coops with the exception of two big brahma roosters who may fight if I let them in their coop all day together.

 

I will pay anyone who wishes to come butter up the White Faced Spanish combs and wattles! Those brats hate being held, but their combs and the Crested Cream Legbars will for sure frost bite if it dips as low as they suggest. :(  I need a barn did I mention that!  Tired of a million tiny coops!!  

 

Hoping everyone battens down the hatches and has no severe frostbite like last year! 


Sally:

 

My CCL roos's comb was bleeding again....I just bluecoated it and I hope seals it up....I only have one other BO that I saw blood on and can't tell if its the roo's or if somebody was messing with her...waiting til tonight to look...will be closing the coop up tight tonight and have fed them extra scratch this afternoon....I may run a heat lamp out with extention cords if things get too cold....

I learn something from everyone I meet, sometimes its what not to do

Current crew: the BOYS: x2 CCL x1 BCM, x1 OE young'in, GIRLS:, 2 BCMs, x2 CCLs
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I learn something from everyone I meet, sometimes its what not to do

Current crew: the BOYS: x2 CCL x1 BCM, x1 OE young'in, GIRLS:, 2 BCMs, x2 CCLs
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