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so does your bird still seem to be a roo? i would have guessed a pullet.
however, i am still trying to figure out my own 4 month olds. one is...
you two are the heros of the day. good work. makes me start my day with a smile!
can you say who you ordered the wellies from?
the two who made it do look like girls, but some wellie lines arent sexible by color. i...
great pics moxie, more please. congrats april!!
thanks everyone for sharing the pics. that place looks huge. (is it a different venue than last year?)
sorry i missed it-looks like everyone is...
I sent you a pm. I will come to the show on Sunday if I hear back in time.
heck, i'm considering it and i bet i am farther than you Murano.
Nikki, how old are the silkies now, what does NB mean (sorry if thats a dumb...
can you find a feed or farm store nearby? i drive 15-20 minutes to mine and stock up on the cheap shavings. where do you get your feed?...
good thread klevesque, i am finally going to add a poop board. you inspired me to start a thread on composting.
i dont know about chicks, but for my grown 7 month olds, i scoop soiled and wet areas and stir up the pine shavings everyday. and add...
was big bird a silkie? i cant help but think he was even though Jim Hensen gave him regular feathers.
those sistas sure are cute.
keep in mind "up north" sometimes means Canada and CELSIUS not Farenheit. people forget to specify.
mine didnt go outside until 3 or so months...
took me 2 days, but i made my way through the 27 pages! [IMG]
what a great thread, i'm so glad Pinkchick started it.
i looked up bloodspots on a link from (yours?) another thread and i guess mine have meat spots-not blood spots which is ok to sell. check...
Poulets is right. atleast i know straw (diff than hay?) can bring in aspergillis and cause aspergillosis in wet areas. you can google...
please keep us updated on how your hen is doing. sorry she has had a rough time.
cant resist: here my ricky and lucy