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By BunnyMomma · Jan 11, 2012 · ·
  1. BunnyMomma
    Hi! I am married to a fabulous feller and I have two daughters, two step daughters, All grown and gone! Also I have 6 beautiful grand children. I run a small farm and Bakery. I make 30 flavors of original recipe pound cakes, Scottish Shortbread, and Pecan Pies in 3 flavors! I'm a BunnyMomma and I rehab wild cottontails when I am called on for that lovely occasion. I have several chickens in my backyard coop. At this time I have 3 Mille Fleurs, 2 Porcelains, 20+ Light Brahmas, 5 Black Australorps, 5 Birchen Cochins and 3 Silver Laced Wyandottes, one Blue Orpington, 5 Barred Rocks and some SQ silkies on the way. Here on our North Carolina farm, we also have horses and 3 dogs. The dogs are all adopted and rescued. They are all trained to guard my chickens from hawks and other predators during the day. At night I put them up in their safe and cozy coop! All of the chicks are 4 months old right now, and I love having them around the farm. My grand daughter loves to see them when she visits. I also love to garden! I also have 8 beautiful rabbits. 4 Jersey Woolies and 3 Fuzzy Lops and a Dwarf Hotot. I am a bonafide, bunny and chicken addict!

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  1. reereechickens
    Hi! I got an awesome idea, from your idea, on how to hatch eggs in an electric skillet. You used towels or washclothes and rocks if I can recall correctly b/c "momma hen doesn't have a fan on her butt." I started using insul-brite batting to set my eggs on while incubating and took out my hardware cloth and made sure the fan air wasn't blowing on my eggs and my hatch rates have gone up. Also another wonderful idea which I have not tried yet is to use a grinder with a metal cutting blade to cut wire fencing instead of having to cut each and every wire when making cages and fences. Thanks for your great Ideas!

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