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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by scflock, Nov 9, 2015.
Howdy folks. Looks like another tame night.
A tad late posting this; storm took the 'puter connection out last night. Gotta love Hughesnet
I've got to second the White Leghorn suggestion. I remember my Grandmother having had a rather large flock of them that were good layers; it was my job to collect the eggs w/o dropping anywhenever I was there. Must've been decent broodies, too; wasn't unusual to see a bunch of chicks running with the grownups.
yep always the tame thang round here kinda like driving down a dirt road in wet weather you get stuck in a rut mud all over you crazy how that works ain't it morning Berts I'm going to leave it to the monkeys today work to do .
white or red make no difference If you runs stay muddy red. really just look up white ear lob hens they will all be white egg layers morning KW lots of wind to follow that rain tie it down good if you want to keep it close ..
Don't work too hard today K!
since I'm not all hip on chicken breeds, like you folks, this may seem silly, but what breed is the rooster that sc wants help naming?
I think I missed a few posts while running around Rural King last night. Did any SLWs hatch?
Morning Bert! I'm pretty sure they were discussing the black Ameraucana.
Those duckies! !!!!!
My SLP lay white eggs. Not jumbo but a good medium size to large egg.
Did everybody run away?