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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by ozexpat, Dec 25, 2012.
Make the hugs fast, you are a busy man before you even get there!
of to the airport to get the flock out of here
So sad you don't have Legbar eggs with you. Not a single one started laying. Next time.
Take lots of pics and happy travels
Hoping that you have a good trip!! Hug your kiddos and the wonderful Mrz Oz will ya?
your birds not laying either?
i only have to little silkies laying
all the huge orpingtons are finished molting but still on strike
Welcome to winter?
My 9 girls are still giving me 6-8 eggs a day. Hooray for Alabama and having an open coop. Ofcourse, it's their first year and started laying in July/August. It's not uncommon for late-in-the-year layers to not slow down until later in the winter, if at all.
No man around the hen house though, so nothing to hatch.
i'm going to clear out some "dead wood" from my 2 big coops
they might want a little extra space...?
also my feed bill is over $100 a month
i'll see if i can get that down some
I've noticed with some of the less wonderful weather mine rather stay in the coop and eat, eat, eat. Doesn't help they're on crumble because I have some juveniles. Crumble always wastes more
One day of rain and they'll eat 2-3 days worth of food Fatties.
mine are 1/2 crazy i guess they will be rite outside when it rains