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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by Nava, Mar 7, 2010.
No, no, emus! You need d'uccle! I'm not far from LegoLand!
LOL... hasn't anyone responded to you yet?
No one that's actually followed through. I did sell my mutt chicks though and the polish so that's good. Now that the polish are gone, the d'uccle are behaving better. Now I know who was influencing whom.
I would gladly take the emu eggs but only for craft reasons. Don't want those giant kicking birds around here.
Have A question I have 14 game birds Im am trying to get them a good home, will exchage them for feed, Should i use The sell threads have no idea, how does that work,
OMGoodness, I think my Silchin has gone broody! My first Broody Hen!!! She was in the nest box all day, although she moved from one to another (there were eggs in 3 different boxes) and there were her black feathers in every box, like she tore them out. I had to get all the eggs out of the box and physically move her to the coop tonight. (my egg boxes are not in the coop because they free range all day and are too lazy to walk back to the coop!
I checked her vent to be sure she wasn't just bound up--couldn't feel anything. I guess I'll just see what she does tomorrow?
Broody hens are such fun! Hope she stays the course and broods some babies for you!
Wow! You got your wish. Wait til you see how eeeeeeeeeeeasy it is to let someone else do all that fussing over the eggs!
I have let my EE who goes broody often raise two sets of chicks this year- it was so easy (at least for the humans) and we never separated her from the flock...
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