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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by ozexpat, Dec 25, 2012.
So if he is now an addict, does that make you a chick dealer or a chick pusher?
Cortunix are a good choice for meat you can eat them at 6 weeks but I find they tend to fill out especally the girls if you give them another few weeks but its up to you. They also lay well so if you always have 4 hens and a roo you will always have eggs to eat, feed back to them for protien and calcuium and to hatch whenever you want more birds.In 10 days you can get at least 30 eggs so you could hatch a new meat supply from your few little birds every 10 days if you wanted to.
or eat the eggs!.. they make really good pickled eggs as well as being used in gourmet cooking!
Good golly! That is the most amazing view... the ocean, the palm trees - - I would never, ever get tired of looking at that!
Your chicks look great! What a wonderful assortment of fluffy-butts! And your coop! Wow! You have some very lucky chooks there!
Yay! Your chicks and coop are awesome!!!
I really like the green netting! Is that something specific to the island or did you take it in? Everything just looks GREAT! And thank you again for sharing your adventure.
thanks. that short morning twighlight is the best time of the day. the wind is calm, the sea is flat, when the volcano is out of the clouds its priceless
its local. its 1m high and 30m long rolls - 39 inches x 100ft and costs about 50 dollars. its polyester and is the only thing to stave off rust
Local byc gal has offered auracauna eggs very colorful