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I have 2 and a hatcher and hopeing to add another one next spring they are great. By the way cmom love your brooder set up.
very nice job thanks for the pics with i had this last year lost to chickens with the same thing.
EE's go great with cornbread.
Great pics however i have no idea hope some one here does just keep posting updates. [IMG]
NO NO NO have never see thelm work very well for very long dust would be a big problem and so could the heat
Pics would be great if you can.
it b ok [IMG]
I use this all the time. I have 2 sportmans and a hatcher. Before this i used the LJ's and i have a few times used one as a hatcher with no...
If you add those all up and divide by 4 i belive you can still have one more.[IMG]
Depends on the type you have and how the hatch is going once they are dried off and fluffy they should be ready just take thelm out quickly as you...
I used 4 of the LJ's a few years ago with out any problems very light touch on the temp. adj. Nice job Jen on the dimer knob. Over all the best...
And i thought we had strange laws. [IMG]
If they are not very old and cooked slowly they are not tough at all. [IMG]
I would be interested to see what the vet has to say i have a some of the same problem but not on as large of a scale when my chicks were shiped...
For sure. Such a nice chicken any idea where I may be able to a few or eggs for hatching. By the way you have a very nice set up.
Well done always great to see good things on the news. Does any one know what type of chicken the gray one is she was shown about half way through.
yep what they said leave it in there till it dries off.
I did the class and loved it got my tester in yesterday and hope to test chickens this weekend. [IMG]