Originally Posted by AnneInTheBurbs
Just a quick note, my dog that ate onions, is fine. Probably not a good idea to let her have onion every day, but she's okay after the dose she had.
Are any of your chickens weenies when it comes to the snow? Mine are hiding under the coop right now.
Glad to hear your dog is doing well!!
yeah..they are flying from the coop door to the pallet sitting in the snow..it is a whole 3 feet from the door....crazy birds....
I shoveled an area for them..they were all huddled together there throughout the day..no-one wanted to stand in the "mean 'ol snow"...
We had about 2 inches of snow this-morning..just enough to have to move..it was a heavy, wet snow too..glad we didn't get more!! It is beautiful out there though....life through a glass half full...
Originally Posted by Joyryder
Hello to everyone in my new home State of Pennsylvania. My DH and I bought a campground here 2 years ago. Red Oak Campground in Russell (North western PA area) Anyone live close by? Had to sell my flock before the move. But now it's time to start a new one.
Can anyone clue me into state laws on buying chicks or eggs from other states?
I'm planning on getting my incubator going next month.
I also need eggs - looking for OEs, BCMs, Welsummers, and Americaunas.
Hello & welcome from Clinton Co...the middle of the state...very sure someone here will be able to enable ya!! I mean HELP you....
Originally Posted by wingstone
Many of you are buying eggs, I can not even imagine eating those nasty things....one thing I never run out of is eggs... but then I keep specific birds that are layers year round... I am surprised that the ducks are still laying fairly well though..
You know those production birds from TSC every year may only be good for a coupe of years but they will keep you in eggs year round.
We are definitely going to have to look into some of those birds..cause this store bought stuff is...not so good ..love the birds we have, but really feeling disappointed in the egg numbers-0, but then they are not being given extra light..keeping it all natural does have it's down side..