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Jeez Oz it's like your magic at getting females! smile.png
People all over the world would pay high prices for that gift, forget the farm you've got your own little money maker right there lol smile.png
Four lovely hens : An Exbattery Hen, a Lavender Araucana, a Wheaten Marans and a Gold Laced Frizzle Polish
Two dogs and four cats.
If you want to read my chicken adventure, here it is :
http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/947562/my-story-our-experience-join-me-on-my-adventure.
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Four lovely hens : An Exbattery Hen, a Lavender Araucana, a Wheaten Marans and a Gold Laced Frizzle Polish
Two dogs and four cats.
If you want to read my chicken adventure, here it is :
http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/947562/my-story-our-experience-join-me-on-my-adventure.
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post #10582 of 14235

babies!!! 

they are so cute.

Momma of 2 teen monsters, 2 mousers, 1 naughty kitty, 1 silly old pooch, (and wife to a man who works entirely too hard, so I don't have to. We have 2 BCM/EE Roos 5 SLWs, 5 BRs, 5 SS, 4 Doms, 4 GLWs, 1 Isa Brown,a Golden Sebright and our newest additions: 5 growing Sebrights 1 OEGB and 5 tiny D'Uccles. RIP Vic and Tajua

 

"Love, not hate. Peace, not war. Compassion, not ridicule. Kindness,...

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Momma of 2 teen monsters, 2 mousers, 1 naughty kitty, 1 silly old pooch, (and wife to a man who works entirely too hard, so I don't have to. We have 2 BCM/EE Roos 5 SLWs, 5 BRs, 5 SS, 4 Doms, 4 GLWs, 1 Isa Brown,a Golden Sebright and our newest additions: 5 growing Sebrights 1 OEGB and 5 tiny D'Uccles. RIP Vic and Tajua

 

"Love, not hate. Peace, not war. Compassion, not ridicule. Kindness,...

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post #10583 of 14235
I think there's almost nothing cuter than a goat kid- except maybe 9 (?) female kids in a row!
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eight in a row. - one delivery to go!!

 

The first 4 are now 6 or 7 months of age. 

 

The plan is to sell off all the Adult goats in July and bring in a purebred milking goat buck in September. 

 

The next generation should be good milkers at 80% Nubian

 ++Egg Shippers Please Read++       Hatching 101 by Sally Sunshine 

 

A wife & 2  kids we ADOPTED in the Phils .  immigrant chooks, all sorts of poultry goats & a water buffalo. 

 

want to help some needy people and have an adventure? - check out "The Chicken Mission

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 ++Egg Shippers Please Read++       Hatching 101 by Sally Sunshine 

 

A wife & 2  kids we ADOPTED in the Phils .  immigrant chooks, all sorts of poultry goats & a water buffalo. 

 

want to help some needy people and have an adventure? - check out "The Chicken Mission

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post #10585 of 14235

Ok, dropping out of lurkerdom again - with another "off topic" question.  Sure hope you don't mind. 

 

Will goats really decimate a blackberry bramble patch?  I've heard this most of my life - that goats eat nearly anything.  Just wonderin' if it's really true. 

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Ok, dropping out of lurkerdom again - with another "off topic" question.  Sure hope you don't mind. 

 

Will goats really decimate a blackberry bramble patch?  I've heard this most of my life - that goats eat nearly anything.  Just wonderin' if it's really true. 

I have had blackberry and I have has goats but not at the same time.

 

Goats pick at anything though so I would not be surprised.

 ++Egg Shippers Please Read++       Hatching 101 by Sally Sunshine 

 

A wife & 2  kids we ADOPTED in the Phils .  immigrant chooks, all sorts of poultry goats & a water buffalo. 

 

want to help some needy people and have an adventure? - check out "The Chicken Mission

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 ++Egg Shippers Please Read++       Hatching 101 by Sally Sunshine 

 

A wife & 2  kids we ADOPTED in the Phils .  immigrant chooks, all sorts of poultry goats & a water buffalo. 

 

want to help some needy people and have an adventure? - check out "The Chicken Mission

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post #10587 of 14235
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more baby goats

twins this time!!




both pullets lol

W00T!

-Isobel

Author, Mastiff owner, lover of expensive cheese.

BBS English Orpington herder.

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-Isobel

Author, Mastiff owner, lover of expensive cheese.

BBS English Orpington herder.

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post #10588 of 14235
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Q. What are the odds of getting nine doelings in a row?

 

A. One in 512

 

Can it happen?

 

 abso-bloody-lutely :weee

 

time to buy a lottery ticket

 ++Egg Shippers Please Read++       Hatching 101 by Sally Sunshine 

 

A wife & 2  kids we ADOPTED in the Phils .  immigrant chooks, all sorts of poultry goats & a water buffalo. 

 

want to help some needy people and have an adventure? - check out "The Chicken Mission

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 ++Egg Shippers Please Read++       Hatching 101 by Sally Sunshine 

 

A wife & 2  kids we ADOPTED in the Phils .  immigrant chooks, all sorts of poultry goats & a water buffalo. 

 

want to help some needy people and have an adventure? - check out "The Chicken Mission

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post #10589 of 14235
That's amazing! Congratulations!
The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing - Edmund Burke
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The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing - Edmund Burke
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post #10590 of 14235
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Originally Posted by ozexpat View Post
 

Q. What are the odds of getting nine doelings in a row?

 

A. One in 512

 

Can it happen?

 

 abso-bloody-lutely :weee

 

time to buy a lottery ticket

A powerball ticket should do it for you then, a bit over 400 mil. at least. :weee

Good Luck everybody!!

Scott

1 puts up with me DW, 3DD's, a few grand kids, a few chicks, a alot of pigeons, a few chicks, a few horses, a few  chicks,  a few dogs, a few more chicks, a few cats, alot of chickens,  alot more chicks, And only 2 acres for all of them to grow, thrive, and have fun on.

 

This time BYC chickens from early 90's, 1st time with Granddad and his layers on his dairy farm back in the 60's

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1 puts up with me DW, 3DD's, a few grand kids, a few chicks, a alot of pigeons, a few chicks, a few horses, a few  chicks,  a few dogs, a few more chicks, a few cats, alot of chickens,  alot more chicks, And only 2 acres for all of them to grow, thrive, and have fun on.

 

This time BYC chickens from early 90's, 1st time with Granddad and his layers on his dairy farm back in the 60's

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