Cream Crested Legbars, BCM, Rhodebars, bearded silkies, good laced/buff laced polish, black/lavender ameraucanas
Bourbon red, red bronze, royal palm, mottled black
I also make hen saddles, PM me for details!
T-posts and chicken wire put together with zip ties. Deer netting on the top. My small run even has netting down the sides. Makes me feel better, and keeps tiny birds in (or out if we are talking sparrows...),
You know it's a horrible shame that here I am attempting to find a roo and someone had the nerve to dump a roo and run instead of doing the right thing. Well now that I've joined the bandwagon with being annoyed with the fact that someone would just dump a rooster, Does anyone in western pa area possibly have a Black Australorp rooster? Or a silver laced wyandotte, but would def prefer an australorp.
did u look on craigs list, I seen an austra roo there
Don't know much about the pot bellies, but when I was a child we raised both chester whites and Yorkshires. They were usually butchered at 6 to 7 months and their weight would usually be between 250 to 300. They were born in the spring and those not kept were butchered between Halloween and Thanksgiving. Because they were on pasture with a distance between food and water and many fruit trees, they always were very lean and dressed out to a high per cent meat.
sorry about your cat...one of our neutered males disappeared last year and I can understand what you are going through...the loss of any of our pets tears me up but not knowing is so hard. I really hope he shows back up with an adventure to tell you about!!