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Thanks! He is a little full of himself but other than that he is a good boy.

I think all toms are a little full of themselves smile.png
post #6872 of 10340
Holm...just love Mr. T!

We had beautiful weather here this weekend. Holm, my Daisy would do well at your place with the quacks. Can't kept that turkey from playing in the hose. Or out of a puddle. She loves water. I may have to get her a wading pool this summer. Annie, or my chickens, could care less about the hose. But when I pull it out ....Daisy comes running. roll.pngroll.png
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Holm, Mr. T is a beautiful bird.

 

I got stuck at work for an extra 2 hours and 45 minutes :somad.  I lost 2 poults and I know one would have been fine if I had gotten home sooner, maybe both.  There were too many chicks bowling eggs around and they ended up wedged so they couldn't get out.

 

13 poults and 2 chicks, so far.

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Holm, Mr. T is a beautiful bird.

I got stuck at work for an extra 2 hours and 45 minutes somad.gif .  I lost 2 poults and I know one would have been fine if I had gotten home sooner, maybe both.  There were too many chicks bowling eggs around and they ended up wedged so they couldn't get out.

13 poults and 2 chicks, so far.

Sorry you lost 2.

Congratulations on the ones that have hatched.
post #6875 of 10340
I have my first poult of the year.

1 out. 1 half out. 3 more pipped.



Looks to be pure palm.
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I have my first poult of the year.

1 out. 1 half out. 3 more pipped.



Looks to be pure palm.

 

 

Grats!!!!

Composting is good for the environment..
Composting Geese is better for the environment
Composting ducks is best for the environment.
Start your composted Duck pile today,
if you do not have your duck
Borrow a neighbors duck to compost own...
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Composting is good for the environment..
Composting Geese is better for the environment
Composting ducks is best for the environment.
Start your composted Duck pile today,
if you do not have your duck
Borrow a neighbors duck to compost own...
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post #6877 of 10340
Gevshiba - Looking forward to pictures of the littles!

Feedman - congrats on the first poult of the year smile.png
post #6878 of 10340
Congratulations to you guys on your poults hatching!

Chicken math:  "Be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it!" + "If you go looking for trouble you will find it." =  "I got up here, now how do I get down?"

 

Check out my mini fridge incubator build:  http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1102421/the-stealthbator

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Chicken math:  "Be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it!" + "If you go looking for trouble you will find it." =  "I got up here, now how do I get down?"

 

Check out my mini fridge incubator build:  http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1102421/the-stealthbator

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  Group shot, well some of them.

 

  They're starting to explore.  Pardon the poo.

 

  One of the Speckled Sussex chicks.  Up to 14 poults and 5 chicks.

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Awwwe.  The poults are so cute!  I can't wait until we get our eggs and ours hatch.  My chicks hatch on Friday. At least they are suppose to.  I've had a hard time controlling the humidity.  I'm hatching them at my work so the residents can watch them hatch and then I'll leave them in the brooder box for a week or two before I bring them home.  They really enjoy watching them and tell stories of when they use to raise chickens.  

A husband, two grown kids, a basset, a bloodhound and twelve pullets.  
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A husband, two grown kids, a basset, a bloodhound and twelve pullets.  
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