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May I ask why you need to know? There are tons of websites that will show how many liquid ozs in an egg. Then you would just need a measuring cup.
We got our chicks a year ago April. One BO, one Ameraucana, one silkie, and two Seramas. Every one of them has been broody at least 2 or 3...
Op: How are the 2 injured hens?
I hear that chickens are good tick eaters but do they also get bitten by ticks?
I would also think that rodents wouldn't just eat the yolks. Although it sounds strange that a horse's big mouth could aim for just a yolk.
I stand corrected. I thought the antibiotics just cured it. I didn't realize it always remained an issue. :oops:
Any way to isolate one for a pix? It’s impossible to see where the bugs are in that pix.
I’ll have to look for that tool. I’ve never seen one
Here's the bite a week later:
Yes, I have the tick in a plastic bag. It's very flat, I think I caught it very early.
I'm on an acre in a development. Lot of big trees in the rear of the yard. The grass got rather long and my daughter used the old ride on to cut...
I hope they don't poop while in the pool!! :sick
My Seramas co-brood all the time. Hopefully the 2nd hen won't think the chicks are hers and leave the eggs.
When he's done with yours, can you lend him out?:wee
Was there a final decision?
Mealworm frass also stinks and to me would contaminate the feed.
Can you take a picture? The female looks like an upside down exclamation point. I'm pretty good at determining kitten sex. Wish I could do it...
Thanks. Unfortunately, none of the eggs were successful this time. They were eggs that were given to me at a poultry show. 5 didn’t develop very...