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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
enola, you should tell us how you really feel.
Yeah I was born here and I think I should've been born in Alaska. I've been a north carolinian all my life and I even laugh at us when a great big snow supposed to hit 2inches . I drove a Ford Taurus in that 16 inches and people stuck in ditches in 4wheel drives with chains on there tires
Oh he's adorable!
This is a good thread because it has pictures!
sizzle, frizzle, and frazzle???
Wishing this is a pretty chicken!
Frizzles are on my "just gotta have" list. Nice birds Wishing4Wings!
great form ! if i had a serama looking like that you can bet i would still have him.
Leyla, I would try the corrid. sounds just like mine were. I used 1 1/2 teaspoon per gallon of water for 5 days I think it was. they were bones. they are putting the weight back on fast but i have been cooking for them. tons of eggs with oats and cornmeal then what ever i had extra, greens, chicken strips.
oh yeah. I'll definitely be looking for at least one of these now! My better half has no idea she's created a monster. We were just headed to tsc and she said (hey,wanna get some chicks?) It's her fault right?
your chocolate boy is So are the chickens! I never thought about coyotes being in your area at all or anywhere east. Thought is was a desert south thing. Through BYC, I read they're everywhere. The coyotes are really bad here in So Cal. Fearless and brazen. Not uncommon to see them walking up my road or stalking my fence or occasionally walking down my drive. They run through subdivisons, eat cats, jump fences and eat dogs right in the middle of town. Just last week, a 3 year old girl was mauled on a playground. They hide in the bushes and will grab a small dog out for a leash walk. It's the drought I think. No water = no rats or rabbits to eat.