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I have 3 of those myself granny, I'm even too embarrassed to give them away. Just down sized by another 5 adults tonight. still have 8 18 month olds to go. Shouldn't say that, only want to get rid of 4 of those. Have a couple roo that I need to get rid of yet before the snow fly's.


yup same here so do you have plans for them?  I dont know who does the pictures but pretty sure its not him.  I hope they havent run him over.

    Don't be sad, don't cry.He did his work well and only by leaving could he teach my son the last lesson he needed to learn.   Empathy for another soul 
    Don't be sad, don't cry.He did his work well and only by leaving could he teach my son the last lesson he needed to learn.   Empathy for another soul 
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how can I feed without FF ? would it be 50% of their diet or ? I give them corn to supplement the bill but i dont think its very good for them they are fat. oops plump !

 

How much corn are you giving them (overall percentage of diet)?  "Cutting" their feed with something like corn as a savings measure actually becomes more costly than just feeding a good, solid diet that is nutritionally sound.  It seems like a savings, but it isn't

Where are we going, and why are we in this hand basket?
Where are we going, and why are we in this hand basket?
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I am of German decent, so that's where I get the linebacker figure from I guess. I'm right there with ya mutt on my skeleton couldn't fit in a size 8. We just grow um big in Michigan I guess lau.gif

Yes! Big. Like the sunflowers and the corn.  My family called it corn fed.  Warm, kind and hardworking, humble and honest.  

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post #18414 of 146476
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a large scoop a day per pen.  then i feed flock raiser. could that be the dirty butt issue ? no blue egg today.

    Don't be sad, don't cry.He did his work well and only by leaving could he teach my son the last lesson he needed to learn.   Empathy for another soul 
    Don't be sad, don't cry.He did his work well and only by leaving could he teach my son the last lesson he needed to learn.   Empathy for another soul 
post #18415 of 146476
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sorry, read the question wrong . about 1/3rd corn.

    Don't be sad, don't cry.He did his work well and only by leaving could he teach my son the last lesson he needed to learn.   Empathy for another soul 
    Don't be sad, don't cry.He did his work well and only by leaving could he teach my son the last lesson he needed to learn.   Empathy for another soul 
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I am of German decent, so that's where I get the linebacker figure from I guess. I'm right there with ya mutt on my skeleton couldn't fit in a size 8. We just grow um big in Michigan I guess lau.gif
Yes! Big. Like the sunflowers and the corn.  My family called it corn fed.  Warm, kind and hardworking, humble and honest.  
Yep that's us highfive.gif
Life has a way of throwing us curve balls, but with Faith, Family & Good Friends, we can find a way to overcome them!
Life has a way of throwing us curve balls, but with Faith, Family & Good Friends, we can find a way to overcome them!
post #18417 of 146476
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European/Indian descent.   :hu  my DS is half Maltese DD I think German from fathers side.  not 100% on that.

    Don't be sad, don't cry.He did his work well and only by leaving could he teach my son the last lesson he needed to learn.   Empathy for another soul 
    Don't be sad, don't cry.He did his work well and only by leaving could he teach my son the last lesson he needed to learn.   Empathy for another soul 
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I have 3 of those myself granny, I'm even too embarrassed to give them away. Just down sized by another 5 adults tonight. still have 8 18 month olds to go. Shouldn't say that, only want to get rid of 4 of those. Have a couple roo that I need to get rid of yet before the snow fly's.


yup same here so do you have plans for them?  I dont know who does the pictures but pretty sure its not him.  I hope they havent run him over.
My intent is to do a Craiglist ad for cheap on the nasty hens, then free on the roos. I wish you were close. I have a pretty Swedish flower roo that nobody wants. To the point of changing my add to free. Its sad 😢
Life has a way of throwing us curve balls, but with Faith, Family & Good Friends, we can find a way to overcome them!
Life has a way of throwing us curve balls, but with Faith, Family & Good Friends, we can find a way to overcome them!
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do you have a picture of him ? dont give him away ! they are still rare.

    Don't be sad, don't cry.He did his work well and only by leaving could he teach my son the last lesson he needed to learn.   Empathy for another soul 
    Don't be sad, don't cry.He did his work well and only by leaving could he teach my son the last lesson he needed to learn.   Empathy for another soul 
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I hope your arteries are better than mine. Lol

Did OK today! Whew! I had blood clots in my legs, the arteries. PAD, Claudication. Not life threatening, they just amputate your legs. After 6 years of rat poison to keep my blood thin, 1 bout of bleeding on the brain when it was too thin and I bumped my head, they took me off the rat poison. We're trying aspirin and lots of dark green veggies and dark greens. They always check the arteries in my neck too. Guess it's working! they said see ya in another 6 mos!  :weee What's up with your arteries?


Edited by Mutt Farm - 10/9/15 at 5:48pm
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