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One of the guys that works for DH is getting his wife a dog for her birthday. He wants a new dog (their current dog is getting old and he (they?) want another before that one passes).
So I asked DH if he was getting me a garage for my bday since that's what he wants and maybe I'd get him a black boy runner duck for his bday.
He said no boys. (he didn't exactly say no more girls, but he won't go for more loud mouths!) I said but he'd be quiet and the cool black color for runners is the boys, not the girls.  He thinks a boy would be too rough on the 3 girls (I didn't mention there'd have to be a 4th if I got him a boy duck  lol)

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gig

Please consider adopting rescued ducks.

 

David Holderread:  

People often ask if they should "put down" a bird that has suffered major injuries.  In my experience, birds appreciate the opportunity to recover.  Ducks have an amazing ability to heal, even from injuries that appear to be catastrophic.

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Please consider adopting rescued ducks.

 

David Holderread:  

People often ask if they should "put down" a bird that has suffered major injuries.  In my experience, birds appreciate the opportunity to recover.  Ducks have an amazing ability to heal, even from injuries that appear to be catastrophic.

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Duck Math?  gig

One Wonderful Wife, 3 Great Teenage Sons, 3 BO, 2 SS, 3 BR, 3 EE, 5 Seramas (Who think they are little funny looking feathered people), 3 BA, 4 Coronation Sussex, One Split white X coronation  3 Rouen,  1 Welsh Harlequin, Black Swede. 0 Eggs in 5 Bators,  3 dogs, 2 cats, 5 kittens (want one or 5?)! 
NPIP Certified # 843

www.louisianachickens.com
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One Wonderful Wife, 3 Great Teenage Sons, 3 BO, 2 SS, 3 BR, 3 EE, 5 Seramas (Who think they are little funny looking feathered people), 3 BA, 4 Coronation Sussex, One Split white X coronation  3 Rouen,  1 Welsh Harlequin, Black Swede. 0 Eggs in 5 Bators,  3 dogs, 2 cats, 5 kittens (want one or 5?)! 
NPIP Certified # 843

www.louisianachickens.com
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post #4 of 7

he he smile

post #5 of 7

Aloha,

You are just too much!!!laugiglaugig

    Dee   
"an individual among individuals"
Proud Parent of Non-Standard/Feral Ameracunas (EE), Feral Game hens, Black Sex-Linked, Cornish-xs Barred Rocks, RIR/Productions, and Bantams.  Oh Yeah Fish and Cats.   
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    Dee   
"an individual among individuals"
Proud Parent of Non-Standard/Feral Ameracunas (EE), Feral Game hens, Black Sex-Linked, Cornish-xs Barred Rocks, RIR/Productions, and Bantams.  Oh Yeah Fish and Cats.   
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post #6 of 7

I hear ya...1 drake, plus 1 for company while its a baby, and 1 more incase 1 of them dies...nice duck math thumbsup

~Nicky~
Mum to 5 Dogs, 2 Cats, 4 Mini Horses, 1 Mule, 1 QH, 5 Goats, 1 Goldfish. I have short fat white ducks and tall skinny coloured ducks, and a few geese And eggs in the bator.
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~Nicky~
Mum to 5 Dogs, 2 Cats, 4 Mini Horses, 1 Mule, 1 QH, 5 Goats, 1 Goldfish. I have short fat white ducks and tall skinny coloured ducks, and a few geese And eggs in the bator.
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I love love duck math.  Someone had it posted on a thread.  I copied it made it large and posted at all my ducks......  Everyone thinks it is funny....then when I tell them it is the truth.....they just lol and hubby says that is ok, they are all able to go on the bbq big_smile

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