OkieSLW

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OkieSLW, Oct 12, 2019
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    • Duckfarmer1
      Are they guinies? They are good lookers... I wanted guinies first because our neighbor has them and they are friendly.
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    • OkieSLW
      @Duckfarmer1
      I am pretty sure they are Silver laced. Thanks I heard guineas are great birds to have.
    • Duckfarmer1
      Oh. Well they are nice. I like the gunnies because they eat the ticks. But so do my ducks. Are yours good egg layers or just for fun
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    • OkieSLW
      @Duckfarmer1
      I'm raising my slw's for eggs and to eat all the bugs around my house.
    • Duckfarmer1
      @OkieSLW yes that works wonders. We have tons of ticks in NW Pa. my husband has Lymes. We have not seen one tick since getting them
    • Duckfarmer1
      We just give our eggs away. We have 12 layers and 7 pulleys But we may put a sign at the road and a fridge at the garage. We have a farm and a long drive way and one garage down at the end
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    • OkieSLW
      @Duckfarmer1
      Nw PA! I'm originally from Sw PA . Pittsburgh! We got all kinds of critters out here from scorpion to Tarentum's. Out here they said you get a chicken before a dog lol.
    • Duckfarmer1
      @OkieSLW oh my gosh.. I actually grew up in Peters Twp..which is in Washington county south of Pgh about 45 minutes..I came up here about 20 years ago and started farming only 8 months ago...my son says it’s my midlife crisis...lol...
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    OkieSLW
    Date:
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