N Sully
Last Activity:
Sep 19, 2018
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Gender:
Female
Location:
South Dakota

N Sully

Songster, Female, from South Dakota

N Sully was last seen:
Sep 19, 2018
    1. Trish1974
      Trish1974
      LOVE your profile pic! Is that an appaloosa or a POA? (my sister was a POA breeder for years)
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      2. N Sully
        N Sully
        He is neither, but I think he does look like a fat little pony lol. He is AQHA cutting bred and about 10 months old. I will have to get another picture to show you. Just yesterday I noticed he is finally starting to look like a horse and getting out of the ugly phase. His color is sorrel, but his dad has a roaning gene that puts all the white hair.
        Thank you for commenting. I am proud of him :)
        Feb 4, 2018
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    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    South Dakota
    What’s your main reason for joining our community?:
    Learn about chickens
    Dogs...
    I have a 2 1/2 year old male German Shepherd that comes from German working lines. I train for search and rescue and just started taking a nose work class. It’s just to keep him busy, but he is very good and loves it. He is also a frisbee nut.

    Horses...
    I have 9 Quarter Horses that are cutting bred. 6 are here with me and 3 are with trainers. They range in age from 9 months to 29 years old.

    Chickens...
    Started my first flock in 2017. I planned on about keeping 10-15 hens for eggs and had my coop built to hold that many. I ordered my chicks from Sandhill which has a min 25 straight run chicks per shipment. I ordered dual purpose with the intention of harvesting all 25. Then placed my order for egg layers, another 25. For some reason I also put in an order for 25 mystery chicks.
    I was never that great in math and find I am even worse with the chicken math. I bought a lot of electric fencing and had my son-in-law build 3 triangle shaped houses. Then ordered a 10 x 16 shed and put an axle under it. I have harvested a lot of the roosters and still have at least 6 more to cull. I have yet to cull any hens and not sure I will. Making plans to build at least another smaller shelter for breeding my EE’s and colored egg layers. Did I mention I ordered Cream Legbar hatching eggs for early this spring?
    Never thought I would be so taken with a chicken. Love watching them. My grandkids are just as crazy as I am about them and my family loves the eggs and meat.

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