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post #18231 of 18753
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Originally Posted by DMRippy View Post

I am with you!  I am DONE till next year... early but next year.  I have been VERY restrained this year.  I didn't hatch for about 5 months and when I did hatch it was every 3 weeks and not every few days or a week apart.  I kind of liked it too.  NOT GOING TO HAVE FULL BROODERS THIS WINTER!  Now my pullets growing out... I have in spades but I can sell them in the spring.

Well... I may not be done for long now, lol!







I just picked up this gorgeous trio from Susan Mouw yesterday at the Knoxville Dixie Classic... the pullet facing the camera took Reserve Variety and then laid this just today!

~ So Dark the Con of Man ~


"Man is not what he thinks he is, he is what he hides..." ~ Andre Malraux
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~ So Dark the Con of Man ~


"Man is not what he thinks he is, he is what he hides..." ~ Andre Malraux
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post #18232 of 18753
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Originally Posted by DMRippy View Post

I am with you!  I am DONE till next year... early but next year.  I have been VERY restrained this year.  I didn't hatch for about 5 months and when I did hatch it was every 3 weeks and not every few days or a week apart.  I kind of liked it too.  NOT GOING TO HAVE FULL BROODERS THIS WINTER!  Now my pullets growing out... I have in spades but I can sell them in the spring.

Well... I may not be done for long now, lol!







I just picked up this gorgeous trio from Susan Mouw yesterday at the Knoxville Dixie Classic... the pullet facing the camera took Reserve Variety and then laid this just today!

Yes, you have a problem....to hatch or not to hatch?  Hatching is going to win every time!

Donna  -   Wife and mother of 3 boys 29, 8 and 6.... yes you read that right smile.png  With God ALL things are possible.

BREEDS I HAVE

Mega Bator --- Pallet Breeding Pens --- Pallet brooders/Growout Pens

Lavender Ameraucana Breeders Thread

Tennessee Breeders List

Homeschooling Thread

 

 

 

 

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Donna  -   Wife and mother of 3 boys 29, 8 and 6.... yes you read that right smile.png  With God ALL things are possible.

BREEDS I HAVE

Mega Bator --- Pallet Breeding Pens --- Pallet brooders/Growout Pens

Lavender Ameraucana Breeders Thread

Tennessee Breeders List

Homeschooling Thread

 

 

 

 

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post #18233 of 18753
Does anyone have any speckled sussex hatching eggs for sale?
Edited by teaton - 12/7/16 at 1:34pm
post #18234 of 18753

Ravyn are those Ameraucanas  ?

Raising a 9yr old granddaughter, 16 yr old grandson (new addition), 2 dogs, English Orpingtons; Lavender, Black, BBS, and BBS Frizzles and Buff Ameraucanas.
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Raising a 9yr old granddaughter, 16 yr old grandson (new addition), 2 dogs, English Orpingtons; Lavender, Black, BBS, and BBS Frizzles and Buff Ameraucanas.
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post #18235 of 18753
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Ravyn are those Ameraucanas  ?

Yes... yes, they are... big_smile.png





~ So Dark the Con of Man ~


"Man is not what he thinks he is, he is what he hides..." ~ Andre Malraux
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~ So Dark the Con of Man ~


"Man is not what he thinks he is, he is what he hides..." ~ Andre Malraux
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post #18236 of 18753
Does anyone around Nashville/Clarksville area have a incubator for sale?
post #18237 of 18753
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Does anyone around Nashville/Clarksville area have a incubator for sale?


Somebody had a new Brinsea for sale on one of the mid-TN FB chicken sites. He had even dropped the price. IDK if it is still available.

Swedish Flower Hens, Silver Ameraucana, Gold and Lemon East Frisian Gull and lovely Silverudd Blue (formerly called Blue Isbar)

-Also limited Black Ameraucana available.

-Several ongoing projects too! including super green egg-layers.

 

Please visit our farm page at-  https://www.facebook.com/Poseyhillpoultry

 

NPIP-TN #63-667

VA Poultry Approval 

Montana Poultry Permit 

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Swedish Flower Hens, Silver Ameraucana, Gold and Lemon East Frisian Gull and lovely Silverudd Blue (formerly called Blue Isbar)

-Also limited Black Ameraucana available.

-Several ongoing projects too! including super green egg-layers.

 

Please visit our farm page at-  https://www.facebook.com/Poseyhillpoultry

 

NPIP-TN #63-667

VA Poultry Approval 

Montana Poultry Permit 

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post #18238 of 18753
I dont have a facebook 😐 but thank you!!
post #18239 of 18753
Horse nettle is toxic, but, chickens won't eat it unless there is nothing else to eat! I run my chicken tractors in the pasture with an occasional horse nettle, and they have never eaten one that I know of. If so, no harm came to them! When I move the tractors, I try to dig up all kinds of pesky weeds like that. Maybe a losing battle!
post #18240 of 18753
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Originally Posted by sferle View Post

Hi I am in the Nashville area
Anyone deal with horsenettle and what it will do to poultry

I replied to this a minute ago! It has been so long since I posted, I forgot to put the quote in my reply!
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