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A very good book. It's full of very useful information, pictures, and tips. I'd recommend it.
I think this waterer is great. It only holds 2 gallons of water so if you're a younger, older or out of shape it's not too much work to carry from the hose to the coop. It's it's very easy to fill...
I bought a one of these this summer. It is fantastic. It will pluck 2 birds in 10-15 seconds. My son in law and I cleaned 20 birds in less than 90 minutes. At the end of 90 minutes they were...
Mini Ecos are a great choice for those who want a quality small incubator but don't want to break the bank. Although you will have to turn the eggs yourself and the temperature readout is not...
A Brinsea Mini was my first incubator and it will be my last too. It is a high quality small incubator for the backyard hobbyist; no, you can't hatch a ton of chicks out of it, but it's ideal for...
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If anyone wants to swing by north Texas, I've got a bunch of 8 week old pullets and a few cockerels that need homes. We've ended up with too many and had two no shows from people who supposedly wanted to buy them from us. 😬😬😬😬😬 I can't and don't wish to keep them all!
Where in North Texas? That covers a lot of territory. Sort of like I am in West Central Texas which covers about a third of the state.
Well I figured I'd expand on that if anyone actually had any interest to begin with...😉 Young County - specifically Newcastle/Graham area.
Any chicken retirement homes? Does anyone in the NE Dallas area want one lonely old production red. She's lonely. To be honest she doesn't lay and I want to make room for the "class of 2016"? I'd keep her but can only have four where I live.
Central Texas had quite the storm last night. We had hail, heavy rain, winds up to 75 mph and an impressive light show. My property went mostly unscathed except for a few downed branches. The same can't be said for many in my area though. Lots of property damage and many are still without power 12-16 hrs later, including my elderly father. Hope all my fellow peeper keepers fared well though it.
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