I hope your'e not sore!
grannys gone and done it - Page 6370
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hi yer granny
made up for you you just cant beat a good meal
blue one off my cream legbar middle one light sussex one at the top no idea but its gotta hurt
- Sir Crows A lot
My production reds lay like that top one, The Torpedo
I'm glad you asked, I've wondered about this too.
I just did a Bing search and a link to an old BYC thread came up! It's short but here you go:
And I found this on a gardening forum:
"I used to feed a crow population that was living in the woods near our cabin at a holistic retreat center. We weren't growing anything so I can't speak to that problem. We also had a bird feeder and there were plenty of other birds around. I would feed the crows stale bread from the kitchen and chicken bones and roadkill that I would harvest from the nearby country roads, mostly squirrels. We just set the stuff on our railing and they would take it. They would follow us whenever they would see us. They are very smart and you might be able to feed them away from your gardens and still gain advantages and not have them pick at your plants. There were still hawks in the general vicinity."