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Jimmy Carter has got to be highly relieved that this guy came along. No longer will Jimmy be remembered as the worst president ever.
He just seems to have no interest at all, otherwise he is doing his job as in alerting the hens to food finds and being protective. Thanks for...
I bought a incubator about two years ago and had great luck with the ammount of eggs that hatched. I had a different roo back then and about every...
Now if you were on the East coast I could help you out.
I have a BR that goes broody everytime I wait a couple days to collect the eggs.
I have a RIR and that thing just seems to wait for me so he can attack. I caught him mid flight with a back hand one day he floped around...
I may have to turn in my Man card as well, I can shoot deer, rabbitts, wild hogs and such. I have about 50 chickens and have had them for a few...
Out of my BO's, RIR's and BR's, the BR is the only one Iv'e had go broody. Although I was told at the feed store that was not the norm.
I just bought one a couple of months ago and on the 7th of march had 29 little fuzzy butts hatch so Im not complaining.
Im due tomarrow 3/7/10, I have around 38 eggs in the bator
This is also my first time, mine are due on March 7th. I put 38 eggs in mine.
2 eggs out of 12 hens *&@#$!
Im at this point [IMG] and ready to start pulling my **** hair out! [IMG]
Im kind of in the same boat, I have 12 hens and only get two eggs a day. [IMG]
WOW, I like chickens but not quite that much.
When I don't have a roo they seem to get out and roam the yard, but when I have a roo they seem content in their yard.
[IMG] I haven`t heard that one either, but I`m sure it will become more common, NOW..........Pop
Me either, good one. [IMG]
I always try to go by the 1 per 10 rule
I like having a roo because it seems to keep my hens from wandering outside their fenced in yard.
I think around 5 months