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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
Chicki I think I'd love it there. I love cold weather and snow!
Awww, thank you!
It can get a bit old around February as you stare at all the white where the gardens and field are supposed to be. Spring doesn't normally truly arrive til mid May and you can still get snow then but with this being a El Nino winter, who knows? The last one we saw true spring in April!!! It still is a nice place to live and I don't mind the cold, at least as long we don't have too many -35o nights and the power stays on. We are getting a bit old for all the shoveling tho. I hate to think about the day we can't do it anymore.
We'll I gotta get ready to go. Any guesses where I'm going?
i agree mutt ..i don't use heat unless is really cold for the bantams..
Coturnix. I hear they are a lot friendlier then buttons. I have been looking at silver coturnix(just imported to the US in the past couple years)... I always want to start out with something expensive.
Hello! I am about 30 minutes east of Brighton! I like this thread so far, it's a lot of fun. Nope, mainly a righty, depends on the task.
That is a lot of stuff for $10! Hope your hand gets better.
How many do you have?
I hope everyone who isn't feeling well gets well soon. We all know how impatient the hens are to be fed.
It's cold here too. Last winter, even when it was super cold, I never used a heat source.
Chicken coop? Church?
i lived in michigan a long time..only seasons were cold winters and hot summers..it done a job on my sinus',,but we did like it there..my oldest daughter stayed after i moved home..but now she is here..i'm so glad..
Going to get four baby chicks. Question, I started working with safeguard. I'm suppose to do it again Wednesday for the last time. Well my Cochin decided this morning would be a good time to go broody I think. Do I worm the rest a get her later or do I fight with her now?