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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Amberjem, Jan 1, 2015.
really? it busted?
I'm not to fond of the NN either, I think they are ugly so I'm glad these wont have it. Read up on Transylvanian Naked Neck's and they say they are cold hardy, which is surprising beings they don't have much for feathers.
Awesome tractor Amberjem ! I'm thinking of building one for those cemani crosses to keep them in, will be easier and cheaper than adding even more on to the coop.
I THINK THE HACKLE FEATHERS ARE SOME OF THE PRETTIEST FEATHERS ON a CHICKEN. i''M NOT SURE WHY A PERSON WOULD WANT A NAKED NECK EITHER BESIDES THE CULLING EASE.
MAYBE THEY HAVE SOME OTHER VIRTUE I'm UNAWARE OF....?
@Alaskan whats going on with your eggs?
ya I can see that working @Beer can ..thanks it's not looking to shabby thing got the wheel thing figured out going to put some loops on all four points that way I can stick a rod thru it pop the tires on either side and eithr push or pull..........unless I can figure out doing the skids with the pipe...but thinking with how muddy we cabn get and the ground gets so soft might not work so well
heard they can be good layers but I dunno they look way to vulturous to me...
still just have three pips... all in olive eggs....
I can't watch... if I did I would crack all of the suckers open....I hate waiting
Ooops, called them Turkish, their Transylvanian, had to edit it. I heard they bred them that way so the vampires could get to their necks easier Lol!
hahahahah too funny
when did they first pip? this morning?
are maran's as lazy hatchers as orpingtons? i know the maran's are lil longer to hatch..........