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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by BantyChooks, Apr 25, 2016.
Awww, Chrissy says thanks so much and she is blushing from her toes to her bill.
Hey, you! -Banti
I only did a couple of quail hatches, and didn't end up keeping them. (Hubby's emergency surgery kinda threw a wrench in those plans) First hatch of 13 are now with my sister-in-law, so I do get to watch them grow up. Sold the second batch of 25.
I'm not great with the identification either, I was just going by the possibilities of what the guy told me when I got the eggs. I think I read Tibetan and rosetta are basically the same?? I could be wrong also. But yours all look beautiful!! I'm not big on white chickens, but those white quail are stunning! And the sounds they make are adorable, huh?!?!!
I will have to remember this, eww
Hey all, is it ok that my ducks ate part of a cardboard box?
Mine do that too. They eat cardboard, newspaper, etc. I try to make them stop, but ...
good to know!!
Finally up to date and subscribed... Beautiful 'lings Banti!
Glad to see you back, I was wondering where you went! Have a great day!!
Came as soon as I saw the link...
My Runner ducklings were good at getting to the edges of puppy pads and ingesting the innards. Bye-bye, puppy pads! Back to old towels.
Then Alba and Salem demonstrated how a determined young duck can tug at a poor-quality terrycloth towel, unravel the strings, and try to ingest those. Bye-Bye, cheap old terrycloth towel. Back to the former good-quality, don't unravel old towels.