Originally Posted by barbiegirl
Today we let our extra golden laced wyandotte roosters free range for the first time. Looked like they had a good time. We were working in the garden and decided to try to get the roosters back to their run. They didn't like us trying to corral them and took off. My cat was in the way and they chased her and she went running and got all puffy. It was so funny. Poor kitty.
Oh and I got my first mosquito bite of this year
Lol, our neighbor got a new kitty, and it was hilarious seeing her interact with the chickens through the fence. She would try to stalk them slowly, and the curious chickens would get closer to the fence. The cat would pounce (not getting through the fence, mind you), and the chickens would be screaming and running away. Happened three times at least.
Originally Posted by dheltzel
I swapped eggs. I'm not sure of the provenance of these, but I believe all in the US are from GFF. I thought it would be interesting to "compare and contrast" with Rhodebars. They sure look a lot alike. If I can get more, I'll let you know.
I checked 2 broodies that were in the haymow and found that they had hatched 3 chicks, so I put them and 1 broody in a cage to protect them. The other broody had enough exposure to the chicks that she abandoned the rest of the eggs.
So does that mean 5 Bieles so far? Can ask what you swapped for the BIelefelders? Just curious, because I understand they are not inexpensive.
Originally Posted by Mrsdkrn08
Originally Posted by wingstone
Got a call for an interview, I have not been working since the second week of Jan, seems most companies want their workers young.. I gave up on TSC I was updating that one every two weeks and nothing, by every time I went in there I seen a new young blonde girl working. I even set my stuff on the counterss and walked out with one of them, she was more interested in her friends at the door...
Never thought it would be so hard to find a minimum wage part time job....
I can not make a yearly job out of the farm, just can not do much with snow on the ground.
So, the interview is at TSC? They should count their lucky stars to have you interested!