Originally Posted by CelticOaksFarm
Oh and he had a stroke a couple of weeks ago at the young age of 42. Very slow and long recovery ahead. Today is a bad day, his speech isn't working. Maybe to or row will be better.
My thoughts are with you both on this journey.
Originally Posted by QuackerJackFarms
And then just for fun... I love these girls.
They are pretty girls.
The poor little quail the little DD dropped is still unable to walk, but he lingers on. I offer him water and food, which he is taking, but no improvement on the mobility scene. I feel so bad for him, becasue he is fighting so hard. I don't have the heart to terminate his life, such as it is, and its so terrable to watch him, and know Julie is gonna come home from kindergarden, and ask about him. My kids go to catholic school, and I heard her praying for him in prayors this morning. What on earth do I do? I'm sure she's learned her lesson, but the poor thing still ives. HAS ANYONE EVER HAD A BABY RECOVER FROM A DROP THAT MADE HIS LEGS USELESS?? is there a speck of hope I may cling to here? Im so blue about this.
I've got turkeys, silkies, phesants, and geese going on lockdown this week. My hope and plan initially was the geese would siimply hatch themselves like they ought to, but it seems like almost everyone has trouble with them. Heres hoping for a good easy hatch for me and you all this week.