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post #21 of 139

thanks for reminding me to stay away from TSC  during chick days.

post #22 of 139
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thanks for reminding me to stay away from TSC  during chick days.



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1 Weim,1 Pomeranian, 2 Cats,2 fish tanks, flock of 30(or so ) BLRW chickens,flock of Banties(Cochins,Showgirls,Greylegs and Silkies), Flock of Ancona Ducks (B&W,Lav & W),Flock of Mallards (Blue Fawn and Restricteds) 6 Muscovies, 3 Narragansett Turkeys,2 Geese(Toulouse), 2 Budgies,2 zebra finch, 2 Cockatiels.... and oh yeah, 5 great kids( 2 have flown the coop) and an enabling hubby   

 

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1 Weim,1 Pomeranian, 2 Cats,2 fish tanks, flock of 30(or so ) BLRW chickens,flock of Banties(Cochins,Showgirls,Greylegs and Silkies), Flock of Ancona Ducks (B&W,Lav & W),Flock of Mallards (Blue Fawn and Restricteds) 6 Muscovies, 3 Narragansett Turkeys,2 Geese(Toulouse), 2 Budgies,2 zebra finch, 2 Cockatiels.... and oh yeah, 5 great kids( 2 have flown the coop) and an enabling hubby   

 

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post #23 of 139

Each store is different due to different weather, but it usually starts sometime in March. I went to their website, and it says contact your local TSC for times and dates of the chicks arrival. 

post #24 of 139

I was wondering do all TSC get their chicks from Mount Healthy, because that is what the clostest store to me in Gloucester, VA said that was the hatchery they would be using ? I was disappointed to see Mount Healthy doesn't have Naked Necks nor do they Polish.

 

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post #25 of 139
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I was wondering do all TSC get their chicks from Mount Healthy, because that is what the clostest store to me in Gloucester, VA said that was the hatchery they would be using ? I was disappointed to see Mount Healthy doesn't have Naked Necks nor do they Polish.

 



thats where most all the east Store get them from

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post #26 of 139

I'd call ours has them listed as a breed they are going to carry for a week. I'm in Ohio and the manager said he got them from Meyer and Mt. Healthy.

www.youtube.com/stoneschickens

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/hatch-cam-2012


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www.youtube.com/stoneschickens

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/hatch-cam-2012


Keeping tabs on my five favorite birds and favorite bunnies.

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post #27 of 139
My favorite feed store (not a TSC) got its first chick order in last Thursday, Feb 16th - 1500 chicks and ALL the pullets were sold out by Friday evening. Just cockerels remained - not even any straight run bantams left!

This is a good thing, because I cannot resist chicks.
Edited by gryeyes - 2/21/12 at 11:12am

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Buncha Outdoor PET chickens, ducks, 5 Toulouse geese, and 7 turkeys....so far. Plus 2 wiener dogs, 2 bunnies, a rescue cat which owns me and a new kitten. Oh, yeah: and a house silkie....

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-- Linda (AKA: gryeyes)
I refuse to fight a battle of wits with an unarmed person.

Buncha Outdoor PET chickens, ducks, 5 Toulouse geese, and 7 turkeys....so far. Plus 2 wiener dogs, 2 bunnies, a rescue cat which owns me and a new kitten. Oh, yeah: and a house silkie....

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post #28 of 139
Our local store (not TSC) got their first batch on Wednesday the 15th, second batch on Friday. Was there for a seminar on chickens on Saturday, and already there were limited numbers. By Monday (not open Sunday) there were none.

http://www.communitywalk.com/pa_bycers/map/1552784

My mixed up flock of Barred Rocks, Red hens, Brown Leghorns, Speckled Sussex,  EEs, BLRW, Buff Orps, Wellies and Delawares Marans and Ameracaunnas, lone Sebright roo  and a Muscovy quad.

 

In quarantine a quintuplet of barred rocks (hopefully hens)

 

In the brooders:  Pekin ducklings, New Hampshire Reds, Buff Orps, Iowa Blue.

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http://www.communitywalk.com/pa_bycers/map/1552784

My mixed up flock of Barred Rocks, Red hens, Brown Leghorns, Speckled Sussex,  EEs, BLRW, Buff Orps, Wellies and Delawares Marans and Ameracaunnas, lone Sebright roo  and a Muscovy quad.

 

In quarantine a quintuplet of barred rocks (hopefully hens)

 

In the brooders:  Pekin ducklings, New Hampshire Reds, Buff Orps, Iowa Blue.

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post #29 of 139

My "BackYardPoultryMag" says that it is March 4 - April 13

Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost. Acts 2:38

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q68yMJ8Y7E

 

 

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Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost. Acts 2:38

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q68yMJ8Y7E

 

 

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post #30 of 139

Went into our TSC store (Alexandria KY) no chicks yet, the clerk didn't know when they were coming.

 

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