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  1. wilded

    Texas

    Wendy years ago I lived in Abilene, my wife is from Colorado City. In the seventies I caught rattlesnakes for the roundup in Sweetwater. Lots of old memories of that part of the State.
  2. wilded

    Texas

    Wendy if you ever come West on a trip let me know. I would love to get some wild colored domestic rabbits started feral here at our place and I would buy a bunch of them. Thanks, Ed WildWoods Lampasas, Texas
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    Muscovy Ducklings and Young Adults

    I am down to five breeders and have none for sale at this time. Thanks, Ed
  4. wilded

    Texas

    I thought you guys might like to see my five month old livestock guard dogs out in the pasture doing their job.
  5. wilded

    Texas

    We use our duck eggs to make wonderful fluffy omelets.
  6. wilded

    Texas

    No I have enough to take care of now!
  7. wilded

    Texas

    Incuview second hatch final report: Only eleven chicks survived the hatch. All the others were extremely big chicks and died before piping or shortly there after. I feel like the humidity was just too high and the chicks were too big. So I will keep less water in the incubator next round and...
  8. wilded

    Texas

    We have a constant battle with prickly pear on our place. It will eventually take over if you do not kill it back. It also provides cover for rodents and snakes while sucking quite a bit of ground water. JMHO Ed Thomas Lampasas, Texas
  9. wilded

    Texas

    Incuview Update 8/8/2015 Six chicks hatched. Seven chicks pipped and died during the night. They were big beautiful chicks, I am guessing to much humidity during the incubation period which means the humidity gauge is way off. I broke six more pipped chicks out of the shell and left them in...
  10. wilded

    Texas

    Incuview Update 8/7 Removed one egg leaking yesterday. It was rotten, that leaves 21 for the hatch. Just came in at 5:45 two chicks hatched and I see another peeped. Nineteen to go. Ed Thomas Lampasas, Texas
  11. wilded

    Muscovy Ducklings and Young Adults

    Young Ducklings to young adults available $8.00-$12.00 depending on age and color. Lampasas Texas to Round Rock and in between. Possible trade for Heritage Turkeys or other poultry.
  12. wilded

    Texas

    The Iduma Poultry auction is Sunday. ET http://www.idumasale.com/
  13. wilded

    Muscovy keepers share your pics!

    here are a few pictures of our ducks and the newest ducklings. Ed Thomas WildWoods Lampasas, Texas
  14. wilded

    Texas

    We have had nine Muscovy duck adults for around six months and have not lost any to predators. We have lost a couple of ducklings so we keep the mothers and little ones in a pen for around three weeks until the get big enough to roam. If you do not clip their wings a Muscovy can fly a long...
  15. wilded

    Texas

    The Muscovy ducks are wonderful. They eat tons of mosquitos and bugs. The meat is very good and not duck like, the eggs are big and make wonderful omlets and light fluffy baked goods. Here is a link to more information for you to read...
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