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Hokum Coco
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Hokum Coco

Crowing, from New Brunswick,Canada

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Viewing thread New member with Pigeon questions., Sep 18, 2018 at 11:43 AM
    1. Quail Whale
      Quail Whale
      Hey there, just read a post on pigeons and saw a video about the connection you’ve made with your grandchildren. It really made my day. Hope you and your family have a great one. Thank you.
      1. Hokum Coco
        Hokum Coco
        Thank you for you kind response. Now my grand daughter will be graduating in a years time and off to college. I have 2 more grand daughters coming up that are 3 and 6 years of age Paige and Hayden respectively.
        Jan 16, 2018
    2. casportpony
      Merry Christmas!
    3. Jewelwing
      Yeah, the same is true for dogs. They are fine in the cold if they're allowed to acclimatize, but if they've been inside dogs and are suddenly put to live outside in the middle of winter, that's when they have problems!
    4. Jewelwing
      Thanks for the Ovation! I appreciate your insight in other posts, too. Good to know about chickens and the cold. I think probably my husband is right when he tells me "They're chickens - they'll be fine!"
    5. The Bird House
      The Bird House
      Thanks for the Ovation! Yes, I wanted to build the structure/coop. I've built a few things before, but nothing of this size. Maybe a mid life crisis, but I'm building it because I'm able, and learning a lot in the process - simple as that ;) The chickens will be the icing on the cake! Thanks again, Tom
    6. Hokum Coco
      Hokum Coco
      It is nice to be called New Egg! At my age it nice to be called new anything. I am just learning to navigate on the computer. I am not new to chickens and birds in general. My post will only reflect what I have learned from experience and what works with my particular birds in Canada (Indan name for COLD)! They may not work in your set up..
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      2. RezChamp
        Actually in the language of my grandmother "it is cold" is "kih sih naah oo" and "canata" makes referance to something being in "sacredness".
        When my grt.grt.grandfather,an archdeacon from Scotland, came through Onandaga territory "canada" was indeed "where the humans live". I'm thinking a loose English translation could be "village".
        Jul 19, 2017
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