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Free 2012 Poultry Calendar

post #1 of 20
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The USDA has their free 2012 bird calendar out again now - and it usually takes awhile for them to send them out, so order yours now.  I put the link to the order form on my website here: http://www.betterhensandgardens.com/2011/10/30/free-2012-bird-calendar/ smile


Edited by BetterHensandGardens - 10/30/11 at 9:57am
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Visit the Blog at:  http://www.betterhensandgardens.com/  Or Visit Bramblestone Farm at: http://bramblestonefarm.com/
There's a Chicken Coop Cam on each site too, so you can watch the chickens!
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Grateful for 10 acres, 2 cats, 5 Red Comets, 20 Buckeyes, 3 Nigerian Dwarves, gardens, and room to grow!
Visit the Blog at:  http://www.betterhensandgardens.com/  Or Visit Bramblestone Farm at: http://bramblestonefarm.com/
There's a Chicken Coop Cam on each site too, so you can watch the chickens!
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post #2 of 20

Just got mine. 2 pictures of chickens. But its a free calendar and the other pictures are all fowl.

Steve
               
It goes to show you how simple it is to entertain the human mind ........ get a couple of chickens
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Steve
               
It goes to show you how simple it is to entertain the human mind ........ get a couple of chickens
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post #3 of 20

Got mine yesterday.  All the pamplets had the same info, but it was good info.  Will keep it handy!  The calendars weren't all chickens, but they were pretty neat, I loved looking through at all the cute birdies!  smile

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1Barred Rock, 2 Rhode Island Reds, 1 Aurucana, 1 Gold Laced Wynadotte, 2 Leghorns, 3 Dogs, 5 Cats, 1 Husband
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post #4 of 20
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Originally Posted by flspnr 

Got mine yesterday.  All the pamplets had the same info, but it was good info.  Will keep it handy!  The calendars weren't all chickens, but they were pretty neat, I loved looking through at all the cute birdies!  smile


How long did it take for your calendars to come?  Last year it took forever for mine, and I finally had to reorder.

Grateful for 10 acres, 2 cats, 5 Red Comets, 20 Buckeyes, 3 Nigerian Dwarves, gardens, and room to grow!
Visit the Blog at:  http://www.betterhensandgardens.com/  Or Visit Bramblestone Farm at: http://bramblestonefarm.com/
There's a Chicken Coop Cam on each site too, so you can watch the chickens!
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Grateful for 10 acres, 2 cats, 5 Red Comets, 20 Buckeyes, 3 Nigerian Dwarves, gardens, and room to grow!
Visit the Blog at:  http://www.betterhensandgardens.com/  Or Visit Bramblestone Farm at: http://bramblestonefarm.com/
There's a Chicken Coop Cam on each site too, so you can watch the chickens!
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post #5 of 20

It seems like mine came super fast, like only a week or two!

My mom said my first word was "duck".  I'm pretty sure I was trying to say "dog".
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My mom said my first word was "duck".  I'm pretty sure I was trying to say "dog".
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post #6 of 20

2 weeks it took

Steve
               
It goes to show you how simple it is to entertain the human mind ........ get a couple of chickens
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Steve
               
It goes to show you how simple it is to entertain the human mind ........ get a couple of chickens
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post #7 of 20

So glad you posted this. My grand daughter snagged the one from last year.

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Learn About The Egg Train!   Egg Train State Coordinators  Join The Egg Train
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It'd be great if it came in only two weeks - I'd have it at the start of the year for a change! big_smile

Grateful for 10 acres, 2 cats, 5 Red Comets, 20 Buckeyes, 3 Nigerian Dwarves, gardens, and room to grow!
Visit the Blog at:  http://www.betterhensandgardens.com/  Or Visit Bramblestone Farm at: http://bramblestonefarm.com/
There's a Chicken Coop Cam on each site too, so you can watch the chickens!
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Grateful for 10 acres, 2 cats, 5 Red Comets, 20 Buckeyes, 3 Nigerian Dwarves, gardens, and room to grow!
Visit the Blog at:  http://www.betterhensandgardens.com/  Or Visit Bramblestone Farm at: http://bramblestonefarm.com/
There's a Chicken Coop Cam on each site too, so you can watch the chickens!
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post #9 of 20

Got mine already,might have been a week from the time I ordered to delivery. Only 2 pics of chickens,disappointed but free.

"The difference between being involved and being committed is the same as the difference between eggs and bacon. The chicken is involved. But the pig is committed"  Anonymous

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"The difference between being involved and being committed is the same as the difference between eggs and bacon. The chicken is involved. But the pig is committed"  Anonymous

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post #10 of 20

Im still waiting for mine from last year rant

Im a guy that has 1 Light Brown Leghorn Rooster, 1 RIR Light Brown leghorn cross Roo, 9 Hens, a RIR, Black Star, Australorp, 1 Easter Eggers, 2 Cochin mix Banties, White Bearded Silkie, and what looks like a Cuckoo Marans mix hen as pets. and 3 mix breed hens
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Im a guy that has 1 Light Brown Leghorn Rooster, 1 RIR Light Brown leghorn cross Roo, 9 Hens, a RIR, Black Star, Australorp, 1 Easter Eggers, 2 Cochin mix Banties, White Bearded Silkie, and what looks like a Cuckoo Marans mix hen as pets. and 3 mix breed hens
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