Getting the flock out of here - a diary of a crazy chicken man

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by ozexpat, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. piglett

    piglett Chillin' With My Peeps

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    thank you
    what is meant to happen will, we will take it how it comes
     
  2. ozexpat

    ozexpat CocoBeach Farm

    thanks to well wishes.

    It will be several hours before the storm peaks at our place and it probably probably wont hit Romblon - mrs pigs island province til early morning.

    Bernie and Analou have been told that no goat pig chicken or water bufallo is more important than they are and be prepared to evacuate if needed.

    In the meantime, in Cavite where Mrs Oz has been staying is expecting winds to 50mph but schools are canceled because of flood risks, Mrs Oz is buying me drums that she will use as packing crated and I will use on farm. She spotted IBC 1000 liter containers for $95 and now she is plotting lol. My wife is such an enabler.................
     
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  3. ozexpat

    ozexpat CocoBeach Farm

    i am in SoCal
     
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  4. ozexpat

    ozexpat CocoBeach Farm

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    my new drums - 7 bucks a piece
     
  5. ozexpat

    ozexpat CocoBeach Farm

    The world goes on. The following picture was taken 3 minutes ago. You have to love modern technology

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  6. Sweetpea3829

    Sweetpea3829 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    LOL, I can so relate to this. We hatched our babies in early June, with the intent of modifying a shed on the property into a coop and run. Well those chicks lived in my house for many more weeks than I wanted them to. After a couple of weeks, I started carrying them outside to a small baby gate pen I had set up, which I covered with a mesh tarp to keep them in there. Then at night, I'd bring them back in. Eventually, hubby built their run, so they'd go out into the run during the day, and then I'd carry them back into their baby box. Hubby finished their coop towards the end of the summer. If I had waited for hubby to build the coop and run before hatching my chicks, I'd still not have any chickens. ;-)



    I've been through a couple of Hurricanes, myself, but none were ever really very terrible. I grew up in RI and was 11 yrs old when Hurricane Bob hit. I remember the damage and the trees down. I remember the eye passing us and it cleared up and we went outside for a bit but then had to come back in. We relocated to upstate NY and so were not in RI last year for Sandy. Even as far inland as we are now, we still had some damage to our property from Sandy. Siding that rippled and led to water leaking into the walls. And our trampoline blew clear across our property, just missed my husband who was tying down the tarps on our woodpile.


    Keep us posted Pig.
     
  7. Phage

    Phage Mad Scientist

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    May everyone be safe [​IMG]
     
  8. tbmorgan

    tbmorgan Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Keeping Oz and Piglett and their families in my prayers....hope everyone stays safe!!
     
  9. lindz8504

    lindz8504 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hoping that everyone is safe and sound through the storm!
     
  10. ozexpat

    ozexpat CocoBeach Farm

    How is Mrs P?

    Is she back at school tomorrow?
     

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