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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by NellaBean, May 12, 2010.
I've never heard those words together in the same sentence.........what does this phrase mean?
Why would a brooder ever be empty?
My brooder was empty for hours! Just long enough to change out all of the wood shavings and fill it with guinea keets!
Turkey, that is my situation too! Except my brooder will be emtpy for a week!! Going to clean it this weekend and get it ready for my ducklings arriving next week.
Admittedly, this is one of 5 brooders........and the only empty one so far. LOL.
Obviously this phrase means, "Fire up the bator!"
my indoor brooder has been empty for 4 long weeks which is horrible.My outdoor brooder still has 12 young chickens in it until tomorrow, then my broody is heading in with her 7 eggies.Brooders arent made to be empty LOL.
Every morning I grumble about the extra time I have to spend with the brooder. When ever I have to clean the thing out (especially on a hot, muggy day) I cuss the thing.
But if it sits there empty for more than a few weeks I feel like I'm not being productive...
I reckon they're kinda like women. You can't live with them and you can't live without them.