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Hi, NHN. I'm looking at properties in that part of Colorado. Did you ever find out if they allow chickens?
Sorry you lost some, but you do have some healthy babies and more experience under your belt. That's a good thing. Have fun with your babies!
Who is the beautiful bird with the deardrop pattern?
When I lived in the mountains of Colorado, I would put the younger ones in a big cardboard box on nights that were supposed to get below freezing....
Can you share the vid?
What about the garden? I read somewhere that runners don't eat your garden, just the bugs....
Yep. Sounds like spraddle leg. Not a deformity, but an injury that likely happened during the hatching process. Hope you can help the little one...
Whatever she is, she's awesome. Looks like a sweet disposition by the way she carries herself? Very classy little lady you have there.
Mahonri is probably right. I had a couple of Production Reds several years ago that looked a lot like your girl. Just a tad darker on the body.
At first it's really good for the turkeys, because the chicks teach them how to drink and eat.
Mmmmm. Lemon fart pie. My favorite. [IMG]
A while back, someone said a Serama roo learning to crow sounded a bit like a mouse being throttled. Someday I'd like to hear one. Sounds so cute.
Bummer. Sounded a lot more like sour crop to me. Sorry you lost your girl.
I think too far outside the box sometimes, so please forgive me.
I'm picturing a brooder situated just above, and to the side of your wood stove....
The baby needs vitamins and electrolytes. Good luck.
Cool. When my sister and I were kids, we would put diapers on the baby goats and let them run around the house when the folks weren't home. Once I...
I'd separate her. And, I think someone is having fun with you and your eggies. [IMG]
No pips yet. No movement. Nada.
I knew I'd be a little nervous at this point, but jeez, does it have to be this bad? There have been so many...
Whew. OK. Thanks. Maybe I'll try to go back to bed for a while.