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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by scflock, Nov 9, 2015.
Well head over to the cafe and get a cup of Joe....Morning WV
I hope with you.
Already on the second one
Beautiful! What a nice way to start the New Year.
hey dan! such beautiful Critters arent they!
HOLY MOLASSES ON THE TABLE instead of the shoe-fly pie! K!!! is this your typing? man you are getting better every day! I see punctuuuuuuation and all!
ross they are lovely!! look at those tootsies! congrats!!
sounds like you needed to catch up some WV! I need to catch up on some too, but it never happens.
IKR!!! You know the one in the front with the really pink toes is a cross!!!! It has white wing tips. Super cute!!! Can't wait to see how it feathers out.
oh sweet!! I had enlarged the image to see them, yuppers! adorable, I guess I have a foot fetish or something! take pics as it grows and show me please! tag me though, I am having a heck of a time keepin up lately.
They are adorable, Ross. Hoping you have a pair, too!
for a pair!!!! Great job, Ross!!! Very happy for you!
Io found her quack last night!!! We have a girl!!
On this chilly Sunday, with flurries in the air, I am finishing up smoking the last of the sausage from 3 pork butts. I made sweet fennel Italian, Polish sausage (same recipe as kielbasa, but not smoked), kielbasa, and sage breakfast sausage. It's been a long few days. Sausage making is best done with a set of helping hands, and I didn't have any available. The kids are grown and aren't home much, DH is painting my kitchen while I am working in it. I'll be gone all this week on business and he could paint to his heart's content but no...
Ah well, have to pack in a while and get the chicks ready for my absence, and do a last check of the incubator.
On the good side, I have the green light to hatch as many chicks as I want for Easter and keep as many as I want since our fancy EEs are our best layers.
After the near-kill off while we were on vacation, we are now back up to 53 eggs a day (42% ROL) and have lost a few birds that didn't recover enough to handle the added stresses of cold weather. I sold my two extra young roos yesterday so there is peace in the chicken coop...but the turkey coop is a different story. Scooter and Sonny are still going at it, but they are both getting tired of it, so it's mostly chest bumping and posturing and those few threatening fast steps that get the other one moving quickly away.