Dixie Chicks

Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Amberjem, Jan 1, 2015.

  1. hennible

    hennible Overrun With Chickens

    Ooooh, I forgot I have Oreos....
     
  2. NO FAIR! LOL
     
  3. Bogtown Chick

    Bogtown Chick Overrun With Chickens

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    There was some news stories about cocoa mulch for plantings. Some dogs in the metro were eating the landscaping and not fairing so well.
     
  4. vehve

    vehve The Token Finn

    I can imagine... they really shouldn't eat it. Luckily the first symptom is just an upset stomach, they need to eat a bit more to get more serious symptoms.
     
  5. hennible

    hennible Overrun With Chickens

    They end up with pancreatitis don't they?
     
  6. vehve

    vehve The Token Finn

    I don't remember, raisins and chocolate are both bad, but one causes arythmia and the other might cause pancreatitis. Or was is liver issues. I don't remember.
     
  7. hennible

    hennible Overrun With Chickens

    Yeah grapes in general are bad for dogs...
    I know sugar will cause pancreatitis... Shoot or is it appendicitis...
     
  8. Amberjem

    Amberjem Overrun With Chickens

    well I got the last of my wire on the coop..and I realized my local ace sells hardware cloth off the roll.. I only need about 6 feet roughly.. so think I will go there...also stop at the lawn mower repair shop see if I can salavage some used wheels off them..and maybe check thrift store see if they got some wheels.......[​IMG]


    this is the wire I use to use to build rabbit cages out of...sheesh this was leftover been lugging it around for 10 years now lol I might be a packrat lol
     
  9. vehve

    vehve The Token Finn

    Well, I wouldn't throw that away either. Always good to have some net remnants.

    Just found a new favorite for the chickens. Beef and pork ragu almost caused a riot in there.
     
  10. vehve

    vehve The Token Finn

    Hey, how do you guys usually make mashed potatoes? Do you use milk for it?
     

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