Have you come across any sites showing various stages of bumblefoot? I would like to be able to identify it early on and typically see gross pics online, where it is obvious.
Someone sent this to me a while back and I haven't refrigerated eggs since then. We keep the house about 70 year round so no worries.
I am sorry, this was totally my fault!
I feel like we have our own journalist in the field. Looking forward to your post, still trying to catch up from over the weekend.
Hoping she pulls through okay!!
When is the big day? I hope the cemani eggs are still developing on schedule for you!
well I don't have allot to report, Sandcut Traders Fair wasn't the event I was hoping for. I was the only one with chickens there. It was very cold and windy. I had to keep the birds covered cause they sat in 1 spot all puffed up. about 1 pm it started to warm up and the wind died down some and I was able to uncover the birds. Sancut is defiantly a buyers market, not a sellers, even being the only one with chickens I still had to take a big cut to keep from bringing the birds back home.
They had plenty of stuff for sale, just not farm animal related.... did have a few cages that would have been nice for ya'lls shows but they weren't cheep.
The vendors were supper nice and very friendly. We were told hat the last weekend it was in Sancut was the one we should have been too, lots of critters that week end and they said the sellers went home without their livestock, sold every last one I was told.
They food was great and not to high priced, the coffee was a bit on the high side but it was so cold out we got at least 4 cups each anyway.
Winter is going to hit us in the behind and we are not going to be ready for it at all....
Didn't get pic's this time ... sorry... the camera kept turning them red for some reason. DH was in charge cause I had to stay and take care of the birds. And I was stuck by the fire warming my hands and legs, o and catching my blanky on fire... lol good thing it wasn't one of my fav's.
All in all we had a good time talking with new people and getting out of the house for the day.