Recent content by ChrisWhitcomb

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    IN with the old... OUT with the new!

    Land line - if VOIP counts. No cell phone - not even a flip phone.
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    Hi from Upstate NY!

    Thank you all for the wonderful welcome. I've been reading this site for a number of years and have learned a great deal already. When (I don't think it is a matter of if) I get more chickens, I have so many good ideas I've gotten from this site. I've laughed and cried reading some of the...
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    Rehome small flock

    I have someone coming this weekend to take my chickens home. I'm both happy and sad. They will be added to an existing flock. I know how addicting chickens are :) I hope in the future I will be ready for another small flock to provide fresh eggs and plenty of entertainment.
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    Hi from Upstate NY!

    Thank you. I think my biggest problems are losing them to the local wildlife or having them get hurt. I also have a hard time in the winter - and knowing I have to take care of them even when I don't want to go outside can be draining sometimes. If I do get back into chickens, I've got more...
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    Hi from Upstate NY!

    I've been keeping chickens for just over 5 years now. I was excited when I first got day old chicks in the mail. I had all my supplies and a newly built shed/coop. I had done research on what to expect and enjoyed them as they grew and started laying eggs. Over the years, I've lost some and...
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    Rehome small flock

    I have 4 hens and 1 roo that I need to rehome. I've been taking care of chickens for just over 5 years and it is taking it's toll. I love them and it is a difficult decision, but I can't do it anymore. The roo and 1 hen are easter eggers about 2.5 years old. 2 hens are production reds and...
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