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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
1 cock and 3 hens is the best guess of the community. Might be 2 cocks. They're still making baby noises.
God morning everyone! It's raining here! Gentle shower, but we're hoping for at least a half inch.
Best wishes for those feeling poorly to get better and for those visiting the doctor to get good results.
morning everyone almost noon.
Did you sleep okay with all those pills on board, granny?
some of us get to sleep in.......
Im as loose as a goose this morning .DH woke me up rescuing the dogs . 10 hrs almost of sleep and hangover to boot.
They were a gift! We have "Christmas in July" with the staff every year. We put up the tree, watch Elf, cook Christmas food, and exchange gifts. The guinea keets were my gift! I've always liked them and wanted to see if they could help with mosquitoes, ticks, and snakes.
They were really super wild when they were in the brooder and the tractor. I think being adopted by the sussex hen is what has helped the most. I'm too scared to handle them, but I like having them underfoot.
Ah rabbits! We too processed 5 rabbits and made 2 cages for the hutches. This was my first experience from slaughter to freezer, & I do not like it. Way too much work. Getting that doggone hair off those things is awful! I don't mean skinning them but that final cleaning before they get vacuum sealed & go in the freezer. We had a total of 23 rabbits. I've decided to cut way way back to about 2 does and 2 bucks. So we've a whole lot more icky processing to do Plus I made a big goof and thought I put 2 does in one cage. We're due more kits very soon from my dumb mistake. I much prefer raising the birds
lynn, if you are getting allot of hair on the carcass, you may not be skinning correctly.......