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Featured Stories on BackYard Chickenspost #12752 of 217733/17/16 at 2:05pmpost #12753 of 217733/17/16 at 2:12pmpost #12754 of 217733/17/16 at 2:31pmQuote:saw radar got a hail storm coming possible 2"+ hail.
That could possibly kill every bird out back
Tarp not gonna stop much
Well 7 will prolly be safe
Edited by sdm111 - 3/17/16 at 2:36pmpost #12755 of 217733/17/16 at 2:58pmQuote:
Strong looking hens.. a lot of asil in them?post #12756 of 217733/17/16 at 3:00pmQuote:A couple years ago we had a pretty good hail storm. All the birds were fine except my peacock just stood out there getting pelted. Wasn't no 2" hail though either, maybe the size of a marble. Be careful wouldn't wanna take one of them to the dome.
Edited by roosterhavoc - 3/17/16 at 3:00pmpost #12757 of 217733/17/16 at 3:01pmpost #12758 of 217733/17/16 at 3:03pmQuote:
2" hail is like a baseball. The sky is literally falling at that point.
I wish you the best of luck.post #12759 of 217733/17/16 at 3:04pmpost #12760 of 217733/17/16 at 3:09pm
Sweet have any close up shots of that rooster? Are his hackle feathers curly like some orientals have?
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