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post #11 of 13

I am an Excel geek myself! (Having been a healthcare finance person for most of my career, with an accounting degree as well.)

 

This is awesome data, but I agree the non-consumables cost should be spread out over at least 6 months to a year.  Nonetheless, your spreadsheet is great!  I'm one of those folks who haven't yet gotten into hatching/brooding - I'd rather buy a very young pullet that I can integrate fairly quickly into my flock.  So it's very interesting to me to see the cost of raising one.  This is a great reference for the future.

 

Thanks for sharing it with us.

Never eat more than you can lift -- Miss Piggy
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Never eat more than you can lift -- Miss Piggy
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post #12 of 13
Could you send this to me also? Many thanks!

bluejean55girl @gmail.com

WARNING:  a Newbie and a Research Junkie! a dangerous mix!!

 

Bielefelders = 6 cockerels and 3 hens hatched 3/13/16

 

Bielefelders = 4 cockerels and 6 hens hatched 4/3/16

 

Swedish Flower Hens = 16 hatched 4/3/16

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WARNING:  a Newbie and a Research Junkie! a dangerous mix!!

 

Bielefelders = 6 cockerels and 3 hens hatched 3/13/16

 

Bielefelders = 4 cockerels and 6 hens hatched 4/3/16

 

Swedish Flower Hens = 16 hatched 4/3/16

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post #13 of 13
Would love a copy!!

Deborah

bdcraig08@gmail.com

Thank s
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