Originally Posted by Blarneyeggs Happy Birthday!!! Tonight is Montgomery County's 4 H poultry club meeting, so we will not be there either
Blarney, please let me know when the next one is, I would love to attend!
Originally Posted by draines
Any Eastern PA people who would be interested in a free Silkie Roo? We can't keep because of the crowing.
We are in Morrisville, PA. He's the sweetest roo and likes to be held.
Approx. 3 months old, white.
If not, the breeder will take him back. We just want to send him somewhere he will be treated well.
Thanks in advance!
Glad to see another Bucks County Resident with poultry!
Originally Posted by fisherlady
Good morning folks!
Well, I am in 'search mode' today.... I have 2 more hens who have gone broody, actually, they just gave up their last broods 5 weeks ago, they are 2 of the 'trio' who raised their chicks together in March....
anyway, I am in search of some White Leghorn hatching eggs. I have a good friend who was unable to find replacements for his aging flock this spring, and he really liked his WLHs. I figure it is a win/win... .my hen gets to hatch out and raise some babies, we get to enjoy watching her for a few weeks and I get to hand over the chicks to him to finish raising when the broody is done!
So anyone have any older stock they have had for a while with known decent health and laying ability? I know I can order 'hatchery eggs' but getting from a known healthy flock is definitely my preference.... and heritage or long established flock is great!
If you have the right eggs, or know someone who does please get in touch with me!
Now that's being neighborly!
Originally Posted by spotterroo
I live in Quakertown Pa. I am going to have some chicks for sale soon. first year raising chicks! [How do you do all of those cool chicken enjos sorry I spelled it wrong]
Yay! Another Bucks County Chicken keeper! Love the Qmart....
Originally Posted by DJ Bear
Fayetteville PA is a newbie looking for the perfect coop for 7 chicks....the Bremerton Coop from Urban Chicken site has been ordered, but now delayed. Can one be made for $200-300???? Suggestions welcome. We have been all over the map checking here and most everywhere else with pics and posts. Some say 4x4 with a yard, while others say minimum 6x8.
Very confused, but anxious!?
My coop was made for probably less than $100. It is only 4x4 and I have 5 chickens. Even though they are not full grown yet, they only sleep in the coop and free range most of the day.
Originally Posted by dheltzel
What if they just followed you home? Could you keep them then?
Lol. Being "neighborly" again?