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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
Well granny, hope your lady dr can fix you up. Her comment makes me wonder if that foot dr has a reputation, and not a good one since she said he messed up your foot. Those 200+ relatives are all on my husband's side! I come from a long line of hermits. My side of the family totals a whopping 4 (dad, brother, sister, and me). There are a few aunties and cousins floating around out there, but I rarely see them, as is the hermit way.
Here was my EE cockerel at about 15 weeks. He had lots of saddles. You can see the red on the wings, which is typical for most colors due to EEs mixed breeding. His comb at 13 weeks was bigger than any of my adult EE hens' combs.
he is beautiful wishing
I'm down to two pullets in the tractor: a gold-laced polish and a splash cochin. I've got about 20 brooder babies that are 7 weeks old, and I want to put them in the tractor. AND I'm really tempted to add them in with the pullets. I think with that many that no one will be bullied. What do y'all think? Worst idea ever?
same wings,same comb but no black, no beard, no saddle feathers and much darker legs with no spur except a very tiny nub. full grown i thought in may. may have grown some...
wishing, that was drs. exact words. surgeon was 3-4 doors down from her. and what am i going to do. fishing for info for him was my guess. camping, I would give it a try. as long as you can spend some time out there..
I'm going to put them in the loft tonight. And I'll try to be out first thing in the morning. There are 23, I just counted. Only 55 altogether.
Shoot, I forgot the babies that the broodies have. So 62. :/
It may not work. The loft was smaller than I thought. I put fresh hay in first, so maybe when they flatten it more then they'll have more room. If not, I'll probably bring the sussex babies back home.