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Nabiki

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Things would have been far better if I only had one. It took time, but I rectified that situation.
That sounds ominous.

I still don't talk to my brother. I cut all ties with him as soon as I could and only recently saw him on Zoom meetings for my aunt's last days. Didn't talk to him, though.
 

sourland

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That sounds ominous.

I still don't talk to my brother. I cut all ties with him as soon as I could and only recently saw him on Zoom meetings for my aunt's last days. Didn't talk to him, though.
Not ominous. On the day that we buried our mother, I mentally divorced myself from her and have only seen her twice since then. At the funeral of my BIL, and the marriage of her son. The aggravation is gone.
 

NanaKat

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Don't know how this translates to hens or quail...
When Cayuga ducks begin laying a new cycle of eggs there is almost a black/green colored egg. They get lighter for the next several days until the 4th or 5th egg is white. The first eggs can be washed with a scrub i.e. And the dark coating comes off.
 

MarkJr

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Mine was a younger sister. (14 months younger). She’d kick, punch, bite, slap. I got tired of it and smack her back. She’d cry to mom and dad, I’d get my butt handed to me for hitting my sister. Hitting a girl for any reason was taboo.

It went round and round until I told her I didn’t care what the punishment was. If she wanted to get physical, I will return in kind, every time. Only ten times worse.
 

NanaKat

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Normal guts.
Notice the yolks.
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Not normal notice all the yellow on the guts. Notice all the larger yolks too. View attachment 2384673
Also...once I removed all of the nasty to me guts the meat does look exactly the same as the for sure healthy bird.
I am sure that many people would cook and eat the meat.
I prefer to waste the meat from her.
It's too gross in my mind.
The yellow on the guts in the second bird looks like fat buildup. Perhaps their diet is a little rich. Often lowering the protein % as they age can help maintain a healthy gut. 10 months is not old even for a quail.
 
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