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  1. Jay-Mar28

    Separating Geese

    thank you to everyone for their help. much appreciated
  2. Jay-Mar28

    Separating Geese

    i have them all separated as of today. No breeding has taken place so far. My only question was after breeding season and egg laying is over can they all be mixed back together without major issues?
  3. Jay-Mar28

    Neighbor's Dogs Killed Entire Flock & Donkey

    Some neighbors are less mature than kids. When i was younger my family lived out in the country but the houses were side by side as if you were in a sub division. There was a neighbor 4 houses down from us who would say that our goats were making to much noise and keeping them up. The neighbor...
  4. Jay-Mar28

    Separating Geese

    I want to incubate the first few eggs while its cold out once they begin laying but im hoping they hatch out their own goslings as well. I want them to breed amongst their own breed so im not ending up with different crosses when i go to sell goslings.
  5. Jay-Mar28

    Separating Geese

    Im living in southern Ontario, Its still fairly cold but am wondering if i should begin separating my geese to prevent cross breading. I have Pilgrims, Embden's and 2 Africans. My plan is to let each group out by themselves in order to stretch their wings and have a bath for a part of the day...
  6. Jay-Mar28

    humidity control in sportsman or dickey incubator

    sorry as this is an older thread but what does the set up look like with the bucket on it?
  7. Jay-Mar28

    Looking for advice on "Fly Eliminators"

    Muscovy ducks will destroy a good fly population
  8. Jay-Mar28

    Mixed Flock

    Right now i have a Embden hen and getting a gander as well. Ive ordered a trio of Pilgrims and am hatching some Africans lol My plan is to keep all the species in a larger grazing area together but am wondering if i will have any problems. I dont know if they will try to cross breed each other...
  9. Jay-Mar28

    NOT OFFICIALLY SPRING YET, BUT IT IS IN PREDATORVILLE!

    Ive noticed a lot of possums in my area this year. Ive gone after one but the last few days ive counted about 6 at various sizes down our stretch of road. Must be the Year of the Possum lol
  10. Jay-Mar28

    Red Golden - Yellow Golden - Lady Amherst Quick Question

    I have a large pen right now with the red golden's inside i have 2 males and 5 hens with no trouble so far as the one male is a youngin. i was wondering if this is safe to do with the yellow's and Lady's once i pick up some hens for their own pens.
  11. Jay-Mar28

    Mixing Young with Adults

    Thank You for your help. The adults have a coop with a large run that is about 10' by 25'.
  12. Jay-Mar28

    Mixing Young with Adults

    I should also point out the adult flock consists of only 3 hens and one male if that makes a difference. Thank You
  13. Jay-Mar28

    Mixing Young with Adults

    I hatched 12 guineas around September and they have been separated from the adults this whole time. At what age can I mix them into the adult flock? Ild also like to point out I only want to mix the hens into it and sell off the young males.
  14. Jay-Mar28

    What is getting my birds?

    A possum was doing the exact same thing to my young muscovies, they would eat the head, most of the body leaving the feet behind
  15. Jay-Mar28

    Any ideas of how to stop House Sparrows from eating all the chicken feed???

    Building and putting up house wren boxes around the chicken coop and around your property will also deter house sparrows from hanging around. Wren boxes have smaller holes so that the sparrows cannot nest inside them and once a wren takes up residence she will be aggressive towards the sparrows...
  16. Jay-Mar28

    LOL!! I'm so screwed!

    In my duck run i solved the poopy mess issue by adding a couple inches of wood chippings a local tree cutting buissness, they were just throwing them away so i asked for a few wheel barrels full and the problem was solved. The poop filters right down through them. i will have to replace the...
  17. Jay-Mar28

    The Broody Hen Rules

    I have a decent size pen with 2 muscovy drakes and 9 hens. The hens have started to lay clutches in the nesting area but i am wondering if there are any rules as to separate the hens once they begin incubating. Do i leave everything as it is and the other muscovies wont injure her or the...
  18. Jay-Mar28

    MUSCOVY INCUBATING PROBLEMS

    One of my hens has a nest of about 15 eggs in it right now and she seems to be doing the same as yours. Im assuming she's still wanting to lay more before she settles down.
  19. Jay-Mar28

    aggression out of control, what to do?

    I had read somewhere if you pin him down and ruffle the feathers on his back like a dominant duck would do to another he ll get the hint your the boss
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