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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by Michael_K, Jan 14, 2008.
If they were hatched, I'd take one.
What store in Wilsonville? And tetra tints are just a designer production bird. http://www.tetraamericana.com/products/tetra-tint/
I may have some chicks available by then.
I will have a limited number of hens as well.
A hen would be even better.
We're in Crestwood.
No I've heard of it, just hoping that it's merely a myth.
We live 5 minutes from downtown Birmingham, so you can do that math. We have neighbors 15 ft away on either side, so the yard is fairly small. Even if we went completely chicken-crazy we don't have enough land to try and keep too many.
We have 13 acres so chicken math concerns me very much!
the people at track supply really have no idea what they are talking about or selling. you can confuse most of them by asking them for a product by the correct name. that is why i stopped purchasing chicks from there. the last time i was there i was sold what they called a rhode island red which turned out to be red sex link this was two years ago....not cool at all man
one acre is 43,560 square feet that can hold about 10 thousand chicken comfortably... so how many chickens are you think about getting
Two years ago I bought my first chicks from an elderly man who sold fresh eggs. He told me I was getting Dominekers and Ameraucana. I loved the babies and they grew up to be...Barred Rocks and Easter Eggers. But that's okay, I still love them and their eggs are delicious. Some time in the future I would like to find some real Domineques and Ameraucanas. Anybody live over on the west side of AL?
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