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New Hampshires are growing up! Have gotten three eggs out of 6 hens so far. They are big chunks of chicken for sure!
What a problem to have!
New federal guidelines are for the birds, or actually against the birds.
Check out http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2011-08-11/pdf/2011-20281.pdf...
Really? just going off info from sources such as the NPIP calss we attended and other sources such as this...
Our neighbor is too, and they have 6 sheep, 4 ducks, 13 chickens and 6 turkeys.
can you keep them separated?
What kind of dog?
[IMG] and let us know!
If a hen were hatching them I'd say yes, but I would not be comfortable without "adult supervision. it's getting cold and they need to start out...
You will LOVE them. But beware of "Chicken Math" Look it up if you haven't heard of it.
We use "Blue Kote" for that too mostly breeding wounds from spurs thay have not been trimmed. I prefer the pump spray bottle. but be careful it...
We have removed the spurs with pliers before We found the bmall sliding jaw pliers with open center worked the best for me. (picture below)...
you have to be careful too. once they are vaccinated, they will always shed a modified version and can infect non vacinated birds. the general...
just thinking a standard bronze hen or two may be much easier to come by, then you can be sure which ones are hens as soon as they hatch. that is...
well howdy neighbor, I could power ours up. we have a brinsea and have had great success so far.
Then you have 28 Days
We use a hair drier, was thinking stress, but I guess not. Can I be one of your chickens?