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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by ozexpat, Dec 25, 2012.
And the day it's final... will be quite the day to celebrate!
Analou sent some pics. The chicks are not present but I have some general pics
These are the June hatch. We got our first egg from them today. These include Kev's naked necks, some OGM heritage RIR as well as some
There is a lemon cuckoo orp in the mix
Then the farm animals
no motza pics
The September hatch
The white creme legbar? Also brown and white leghorns, SFH, banty cochins, BCM
July hatch - Scooby-too - the only named roo in honor of HFRs Scoobydoo - this guys papa
The egg house got an extension - nice and roomy now
The future goat house
Some great shots.
Looks like you have more land than I imagined, and it's all being put to good use without looking like a industrial area.
Hi five for Cocobeach
The out buildings are all well spread out. The front 30% will be reserved for the fruit tree orchard. its 30% house yard and 40% is for spaced coops, piggery and goat houses.
I am trying to use as much local material on the exteriors. I dont want an industrial park at all.
the new 4x4 breeder coops will have woven mat walls over 1/4th marine ply
welcome to the thread!!
Beautiful pics my friend.Just what i needed to put a smile on my face (camped out at hospital again with my dad)
Truly beautiful pics Oz! I was just imagining what it must sound like...picturing kids (human) running and playing, roosters crowing, hens singing, adolescent roosters crackling, goats maaaing and pigs squealing! Lots of good life sounds at the beach
You forgot the Karaoeke bar next door LOL
Apart from the bad singing, its a fun place.
New Motza pics. She was given Ivermectin pour on 3 weeks ago to de-worm and delice. She is a much happier water buffalo. It looks like she has filled out more too
The local turkeys, scovies and Visaya chickens
Our first egg from the edited Australorps Rhode Island Reds. The new breeding coops will be built just in time to finally start making a lot of birds
Thinking about your local turkeys, What ever happened with the Tom that would dive bomb you from a roost?
Motza is looking much better!