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Roo goo is pretty potent.  I had a chick from an egg that was a month post-visitation.   Got feathered feet on a supposedly pure BLRW and had to contact the seller with a "What happened here???"

 

(Kept the chick as she was REAL cute, but got some replacement eggs)


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Seems like  a number of folks have been getting sent  "oops" eggs

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Roo goo is pretty potent.  I had a chick from an egg that was a month post-visitation.   Got feathered feet on a supposedly pure BLRW and had to contact the seller with a "What happened here???"

 

(Kept the chick as she was REAL cute, but got some replacement eggs)

 

 

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Seems like  a number of folks have been getting sent  "oops" eggs

Yes!

 

Many breeders are convinced that they only need to wait thee or four days after switching roosters before the eggs are his.

 

You cannot tell them different too. They want to blame it on a super rooster. People are very silly sometimes.

 

I tell them that hens have a storage gland and that is why they stay fertile for so long. They still do not get it.

 

Seriously, chickens are not people and they do not work the same! Geesh, Did their mother sit on an egg to hatch them? Then why on Earth can't they understand that things are different...

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Seriously, chickens are not people and they do not work the same! Geesh, Did their mother sit on an egg to hatch them? Then why on Earth can't they understand that things are different...

 

Hahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

 

Thanks for the morning laugh, Ron.

 

Whenever people ask me if hens need a rooster to lay eggs I just look at them and deadpan, "do I need a rooster to lay an egg every month?"

 

It takes them a few minutes but they usually get it.

 

Tried to go outside to let the biddies out this morning and ran into a skunk. :sick I hightailed it (pun intended) back to the house. I'll have to go out later before we leave for work and hope all the muck out there is frozen and I don't get it on myself.

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The picture is great!

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Ron:

Seriously, chickens are not people and they do not work the same! Geesh, Did their mother sit on an egg to hatch them?
Then why on Earth can't they understand that things are different... 
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Hahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

 

Thanks for the morning laugh, Ron.

 

Whenever people ask me if hens need a rooster to lay eggs I just look at them and deadpan, "do I need a rooster to lay an egg every month?"

 

It takes them a few minutes but they usually get it.

 

Tried to go outside to let the biddies out this morning and ran into a skunk. :sick I hightailed it (pun intended) back to the house. I'll have to go out later before we leave for work and hope all the muck out there is frozen and I don't get it on myself.

 

 

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Ron:

Seriously, chickens are not people and they do not work the same! Geesh, Did their mother sit on an egg to hatch them?
Then why on Earth can't they understand that things are different... 
:gig

Thanks!

 

On another thread someone said that they were finally starting to understand my humor. Like Sour, I sometimes get into trouble with stuff like that.

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SCG   so the skunk issues are not resolved?  I thought they moved to greener pastures some time ago.

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SCG   so the skunk issues are not resolved?  I thought they moved to greener pastures some time ago.

That's the problem with predators, or any other pest . . . . As long as there is a potential food source, there will be something trying to exploit it. "If you build it, they will come.":he

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Hahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

 

Thanks for the morning laugh, Ron.

 

Whenever people ask me if hens need a rooster to lay eggs I just look at them and deadpan, "do I need a rooster to lay an egg every month?"

 

It takes them a few minutes but they usually get it.

 

Tried to go outside to let the biddies out this morning and ran into a skunk. :sick I hightailed it (pun intended) back to the house. I'll have to go out later before we leave for work and hope all the muck out there is frozen and I don't get it on myself.

 

That's the way I explained it to my sister when she said she didn't want to eat non-store-bought eggs, because she was afraid they had an undeveloped baby in them. 

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