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This is the one in Columbus. The largest show in the US.

The one in Eaton is much smaller, but also closer. It is Saturday and Sunday.

So were NOT going I guess.barnie.gif

Lots of pets. Not enough chickens, a bad hatching addiction and a great DH. ;)I SWEAR I'm gonna unplug the incubator soon. I NOW sell hatching eggs/chicks/chickens!!. Serama 3 coat types, Hedemora, Tolbunts 2 frizzled pens,1 smooth. Cream-Crestedlegbar, Isbars, Oladnsk Dwarf, SQ Mille Fluer d'uccles, Cuckoo Silkies, Russian Orlaff, SFH, Rhodebars, Bielefelders, Partridge Barthuners, White...
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Lots of pets. Not enough chickens, a bad hatching addiction and a great DH. ;)I SWEAR I'm gonna unplug the incubator soon. I NOW sell hatching eggs/chicks/chickens!!. Serama 3 coat types, Hedemora, Tolbunts 2 frizzled pens,1 smooth. Cream-Crestedlegbar, Isbars, Oladnsk Dwarf, SQ Mille Fluer d'uccles, Cuckoo Silkies, Russian Orlaff, SFH, Rhodebars, Bielefelders, Partridge Barthuners, White...
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post #72 of 9804
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This is the one in Columbus. The largest show in the US.

The one in Eaton is much smaller, but also closer. It is Saturday and Sunday.

So were NOT going I guess.barnie.gif

frow.gif I am. I did find out that it is easier to bath a chicken than a dog, and they love to be dried with a hair drier. Oh and they love it in the basement even though I stuck them in smaller cages then their coop. They actually look like they just moved in. ep.gif

 

 

  

 

 

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post #73 of 9804
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Plus, I have to save my paypal money for purchases at National's this weekend.  bun.gif


LOL! Okay :-) I was gonna say, you can play with paypal -- but yeah, I'd be saving mine for whatever pretties I saw down there, too :p

Carpe diem -- and if you can't, grab a chicken!
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post #74 of 9804
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This is the one in Columbus. The largest show in the US.

The one in Eaton is much smaller, but also closer. It is Saturday and Sunday.


I didn't know there was one in Eaton. Dang, I really gotta get my transportation situation straightened out!

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frow.gif I am. I did find out that it is easier to bath a chicken than a dog, and they love to be dried with a hair drier. Oh and they love it in the basement even though I stuck them in smaller cages then their coop. They actually look like they just moved in. ep.gif

 

Maybe I'll wash a chicken this weekend. Just for practice... lol!

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frow.gif I am. I did find out that it is easier to bath a chicken than a dog, and they love to be dried with a hair drier. Oh and they love it in the basement even though I stuck them in smaller cages then their coop. They actually look like they just moved in. ep.gif

 

Maybe I'll wash a chicken this weekend. Just for practice... lol!

I I wanna bath a chicken.. then blow dry it.. I had a dream about blow drying a silkie last night, and now i really want to! How convenient that I just bought three silkies this weekend :D

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Dear Pessimist, optimist and realist, 

While you were busy arguing over the glass of water, I drank it!

Sincerely, Opportunist 

~ My CDO is kicking in..

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post #77 of 9804

Silkies love it. big_smile.png

 

 

  

 

 

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post #78 of 9804
Im afraid to bathe a chicken.
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I was surprised how easy it was.  Just be sure to have everything ready and use warm water (like you would for a baby)  Mine just seemed to fall asleep in the warm water..
 

Pictures of my chickens past and present:   http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/my-chicken-children

 

Swap History: http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/swap-history (let me know if I've missed you)


My Swap page:http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/items-available-for-swap

Craft items available for swapping:  http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/craft-items-for-swapping

 

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Pictures of my chickens past and present:   http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/my-chicken-children

 

Swap History: http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/swap-history (let me know if I've missed you)


My Swap page:http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/items-available-for-swap

Craft items available for swapping:  http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/craft-items-for-swapping

 

Proud member of Wild West...

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post #80 of 9804
I can NOT believe that I'm missing this show! I have everyone tested (that's the hardest part for me), hotel reserved, calendar marked....and then, an unavoidable conflict in the schedule. Reservations cancelled. waaaahh! I was NOT looking forward to the drive, nor the washing of the chickens (large fowl can be a bit tough). But I wanted to bring my Black Orpington Cockerel, he got Best of Breed a few weeks ago at the Sussex show, and I of course wanted to meet all the awesome BYCers out there in 'the middle'.

I'm envious, but wish you all good luck! Happy Chicken washing!! And please take and post pics!

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Raising Orpingtons (BBS and Partridge), BC Marans and Nigerian Dwarfs in Southern Chester County.



Peeps on the PA Thread can be found here: http://www.communitywalk.com/pa_bycers/map/1552784
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