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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by HorseCrazyy, Jun 30, 2012.
Oh, no! OMG! Too cute!
You guys are enablers! I'm not prepared for more chicks yet!
Cute fuzzies everyone!! My husband is a true enabler..I have a 10x10 brooding room with 8 huge rubbermaid tubs only have chicks in 5...one tub has 2. Four week olds almost ready to go out . 2 tubs have meaties cornish x ,and white cornish.. one tub has 13 slw, and one tub has 25 bantams..oh and he bought me a 48 egg incubator which he promply set up filled with water and saved eggs for me to test it. Hmm chicken math I think I have 60 chicks..7 eggs set and grown fowl.
I would be right there with you, but I have no good place to put them when they get bigger! What do you do with them all???
Well the meaties are destined for freezer camp..so there goes 20. Slw there 1 5 cockrels 3 of them are freezer bound.. 6 silkies are safe. Any extra cockrel bantams will be given away or freezer bound also. so out of. 60...long term I will be keeping 20 to 25 mostly bantam size. the meaties will be gone in 6 to 9 more weeks. I will hatch chicks to take to my local farm auction even if I get. 50.cents each It pays for feed.
These are my first 6 with names. 9 more left to name :yiipchick
I am waiting for chicks to hatch- day 18 but when I get a girl, her name will be Eunus.
I was supposed to get more chickens today but the feed store doesn't have the right breed I already have names for them, it will be, Rose,Gracie,Scarlet, and Simba
A sampling of our pretty girls.
New chick pics!
Blue Laced Red Wyandottes