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Crossing the Road, Female, from CENTRAL MAINE zone 4B

5 Years

For we are God's handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. Ephesians 2:10 Jul 17, 2017

    1. Sally Sunshine
    2. Kaneese
      Kaneese
      I just wanted to thank you for the advise with the roosters. It is so refreshing having a group I can ask questions to as I learn more about my chickens. I am a quick study and after having to give up my first babies (cows) I have really took to the chickens and love how much joy they bring. I have a ways to go but I am not sure how I ever made it without my feathery friends before. Again thank you!
      1. lazy gardener
        May 9, 2018
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    3. Skipper81
      Skipper81
      Hello just wanted to say thanks for advice on my eggs I have incubating you called it "temps spiked all day on day 14" I haven't researched why yet but I sat with these babies all day lol
      Thank you God bless
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      2. lazy gardener
        lazy gardener
        they seem to have a metabolic spike at that time. That is also the day they start to get into position for the hatch.
        Feb 15, 2018
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    4. Lacy Duckwing
      Lacy Duckwing
      Happy New Year! ;)
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      2. lazy gardener
        lazy gardener
        To you also.
        Jan 1, 2018
    5. Better Than Rubies
      Better Than Rubies
      Merr-r-ry Christmas! :D
      1. lazy gardener
        lazy gardener
        Same to you.
        Dec 24, 2017
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      2. Better Than Rubies
        Better Than Rubies
        Thank you. :)
        Dec 24, 2017
    6. tjmiddlemass
      tjmiddlemass
      iam in centeral scotland,, no other pet turkeys around to ask owners advice, and my poor vet doesn't know, he was from a farm breeding for meat, but their only advice on feeding was to fatten as quickly as possible, poor little thing couldn't walk but we dont want to under feed him either. Should he get worked
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      2. lazy gardener
        lazy gardener
        Your whole post did not show. If you go to private message, I can respond appropriately. But, I have no experience with turkeys.
        Dec 21, 2017
    7. nychick83
      nychick83
    8. AMERAUCANAS4REAL
      AMERAUCANAS4REAL
      Just curious, who is that rooster? What breed?
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      2. lazy gardener
        lazy gardener
        Are you referring to my avatar? That's Jack, a 4 year old EE that I hatched from eggs from a friend's flock.
        Dec 7, 2017
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    9. The Angry Hen
      The Angry Hen
      How did you hold up in the wind, fellow Mainer?
      Hope things went well. Have a nice evening.
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      2. lazy gardener
        lazy gardener
        Lots of widow makers, and snags, some 6" diameter down behind coop. Trees and clumps of trees uprooted around perimeter of back yard. Buildings intact. Some surrounding roads look like a war zone with power lines laying on ground. Trees still laying across lines. I drove over 3 downed lines 2 days ago. We were w/o power for 2.5 days. You?
        Nov 4, 2017
      3. The Angry Hen
        The Angry Hen
        Wow. They left the trees hanging on the lines for five days here. I am glad everyone is okay and you didn't have to go long without power. We sadly lost 50 trees in our wood. We are glad that they weren't close to the house- Doesn't look like our property though, devastating.
        Nov 4, 2017
      4. The Angry Hen
        The Angry Hen
        Everything else stayed intact, although we lost power for about a week, just got it back today. I am glad that nothing bad had happened to you and yours.
        (Sorry for two posts. I had too many characters. Ha ha).
        Nov 4, 2017
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    10. The Angry Hen
      The Angry Hen
      Hello! How are you today? I figure I'd drop in and say hi. :)
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      2. lazy gardener
        lazy gardener
        I never drop in here, so don't be surprised if I don't respond. I'm great... fighting a migraine. How are you?
        Oct 3, 2017
      3. The Angry Hen
        The Angry Hen
        That's okay, I understand. :) Hope you feel better! I have a cold at the moment, but I am doing okay, thank you. Can't believe it's already October. Boy do these months keep flying past or what... At least give me a moment to blink! Haha.
        Oct 3, 2017
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