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  1. CCFarms9559

    Kentucky people

    I'm in Jeffersontown. Not to far either.
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    First Egg Countdown

    I finally got my first eggs today! Two of them and they were in the nest box. My girls were born Dec 1 and I was beginning to think they were never going to lay. Decided they weren't getting enough light and turned my winter light back on. Yay!
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    First Egg Countdown

    You are so right. This is my third batch of chicks and I'm so anxious I can hardly stand it.
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    First Egg Countdown

    Mine are 20 weeks. 21 pullers and so far I have nothing. Combs are not red enough or big enough yet.....
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    Fat Hen

    Maybe she's just big boned like me;)
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    My Pet Chicken Gifts in Plenty

    I'd be afraid of having 30 or more roosters! But they sure are cute chicks
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    Shhhh... They were in the... NEST BOX!!!

    My EE's are 22 weeks and I just got my first egg yesterday. A beautiful green !!! Hope yours turn out as nice!
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    They just won't lay. :-(

    I have 30 born 3/20. My white leghorns are laying - and one of my golden comets - but the other 20 - NADA.... At least I'm getting a few eggs. Best of luck to you. Hard to wait.. Sounds like they are close if they are squatting.
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    My mom has a brain tumor....*update*

    I'm so sorry - I hope you get in touch with her soon.
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    Will chickens keep the deer away?

    I have chickens - and the deer still come and eat anything they want out of my garden by the chicken coop...
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    Cream Cheese Pound Cake...Tweaked a bit

    I made this pound cake last Sunday afternoon after you posted this. It was great! Been meaning to tell you that all week..
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    Egg Laying.... it's a sign! = Update!!!

    My girls were born 3/20 - and I got my first egg yesterday. From a white leghorn. My EE's that were born the same time are not happening yet - but I seem to remember they took a while longer than all my other's before.
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    So mad...the "sexed chicks" seem to be 5 out of 9 males

    I got two roos out of 31. Trying to figure out what to do with them myself...
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    Two young roos - need to move one.

    I have 19 hens that are about 16 months old. In a separate pen I have 31 "hens" I ordered this year that are currently 16 months old.. Turns out two are roos. Currently all are getting along well - course neither roos are crowing or active yet. But I anticipate I will need to move one in...
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    Putting a roof on a chainlink dogkennel coop run

    We used tobacco bed rails. They come to a point at the top like a roof. Covered them with a tarp and the rain and snow drip off. Have 4 on a 10 x 10 dog kennel. Our fertilizer plant sells them. DH just drilled through the ends and attached to top of kennel.
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    Are those saddle feathers???

    OK - well that's what I thought as soon as I saw him tonight. At least I only have one and live on a farm with no restrictions. Hopefully he won't be aggressive and it won't be a problem. I do love to hear a rooster crow. Haven't heard a peep out of him so far. Guess that's how I missed...
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    Are those saddle feathers???

    How could I have missed this?? This is my 4 month old GLW. I think I see SADDLE FEATHERS??? What do you think?
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    First Egg Countdown

    I have 31 15 week olds. Waiting - not so patiently.
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    hens that are constantly sneezing

    When mine started sneezing and didn't quit - I dosed them with Tylan - solved the problem. Chickens don't get colds... but they do get lots of respiratory infections - some which get very bad and can kill your whole flock.
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    Is this a rooster?

    OK, I'm no expert - but I think it's a hen. Their combs grow and turn red right before they lay and I think the comb is just developing. Again - I'm just a hobby chicken slave.
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