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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by MissMarple, Aug 18, 2019.
I love chicken math!!!! The best stories involve chicken math!
Well, when I came to the farm and took over the chicken business from my father. The farm already had around 200 chickens of 25 different breeds kept in breeding pens. I built a large chicken house with 1000 bird capacity, added other poultry species like ducks, guineas, geese and turkey. In 9 years the population did grew but I don't think it's too explosive.
This is my passion, I am doing what I can do. I am happy that I can realise my dream.
I just can't resist
Ummm, this is what I call duck math.......
93 ducks + 15 more on the way + 46 duck eggs currently being incubated + more duck eggs that might accidentally start getting incubated!
That is so awesome!!!
I like your use of accidentally there! ALL the ducks!!
it happens to the absolute best of us.
Yeah, and I'm one of them!
My big girls are all nice and silent and sleeping like good little chickies while my little girls (3 days-1 1/2 weeks old) are up scratching and running around being little crazy fuzzballs. Yay for the brooder being in the living room! Maybe they don't like Friends? I mean, there's a duck AND a chicken! ...in some episodes...
Cackle is in Lebanon, MO. For us it is about a 3 hour drive, I think. Although it is two days before we can pick up at our local post office, I think their journey is shorter than if i order from elsewhere and hopefully less stressful.
Thank you. It is sad they didn't make it. Many of the breeds I ordered are "out of stock" on their site now, so I am thinking I got the last of them. I didn't notify the hatchery as The first shipment when perfectly and sometimes these things happen. It isn't like they arrived dead.