Originally Posted by zepher
yeah that is lucky the cat he is my live in mouser and whatever else is unlucky enough to get near him except the chickens they seem to have come to a truce once they were taller than him he just acted so cool and casual like they didn't interest him anymore but we know better and so dose he..he knows they can kick his butt..lol here is a pic of when he was on top of the barnyard food chain
these are last years peeps the ones in the photo of him hanging out in the yard
Your avatar is hysterical, and I'm pretty sure we had that same brooder when I was growing up. Although we didn't have chicks in it. We would got to the lake and catch tadpoles, set them up in there and wait for them to turn into frogs....they NEVER did.
Originally Posted by chxmama
- would also love to jump on the chicken train if you happen to have 1-2 polish chicks that need a home. Those topknots have us all crazy over here.
Originally Posted by LeBlackbird
165! Wow! Glad the incubator bump wasn't severe, sounds like a great hatch. I've banned myself from your website though, too tempting
Lol, ditto this!! We HAVE to get a new coop built to keep up with our chicken multiplication! We have traveled waaay beyond simple addition.
I guess I need to make a list, I didn't realize there was that much interest in Polish. I'll have to see if the breeder I got them from has any to sell, so we can enable....uhhhh 'accommodate' everyone that wants them. They are comical, though. And I LOVE the coloring on the Toulbant.