grannys gone and done it

Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.

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  1. Watermelon123

    Watermelon123 Songster Premium Member

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    10:10 here! I am getting ready to go talk to kids about llamas. I will talk to you guys later!
     
  2. napdognewfie

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    No duck. Still looking. I kept checking last night & started again at first light. Alerted neighbors. :(
     
  3. prostar

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    Oh no!

    Sam, my Amuricana, is sneezing. :/ no change in activity level didn't notice any discharge and she's still eating like a champ so...just going to have to keep an eye on them.

    ...at least I think it's sneezing. Sounds like a squeak toy!
     
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  4. Dannachic

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    you do look young granny and that hair is beautiful..you are very lucky with no grey.. mine started in my early 20's
     
  5. Yorkshire Coop

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    Morning!! Isn't that just always the case, sleeping in when you have to be up!! I hate getting up late always sets the day off for a bad start for me. Like my order and routine but getting up late always knocks me out is sync. Have you tried a foot spa bath thing for your foot? I here thy work well and are very soothing.


    Pancakes, delicious :drool



    Ooh llamas!! Do they spit? Are they good flock guardians? Or is that alpacas I'm thinking of :idunno

    Sorry you have not found him :hugs I hope a neighbour spots him for you.


    Could be the start of a resp infection. Def keep an eye on them. Does not sound bad as she is acting normal.
     
  6. prostar

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    Yeah. I sprinkled a bit of food grade de in where they dust bathe...so I'm wondering if it's that...

    So far it's only Sam that I can tell...eyes will be kept!
     
  7. napdognewfie

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    I'm beginning to wonder if someone took him. Everything here runs up to see if you have goodies. I didn't lock the gate & I'll have to buy a new lock. If it was a kid the others will rat them out.

    I want my duckie back!
     
  8. Yorkshire Coop

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    Could be!! Certainly makes me sneeze my head off. I'm obsessed with keeping mites at bay and have DE everywhere! And I mean everywhere? Coop walls, perches, nest boxes, dust baths. I dust the birds with it too. Could do with shares in a DE company I think.



    They could have done if you have found no evidence of a predator attack. We have chicken napping and dog napping from gardens over here in the UK. You can't have anything I tell you. They even go round nicking horses rugs of their backs in the fields.
     
  9. Dannachic

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    i do see the 2 coffee pots i drink coffee all day has to be fresh too and i have 2 pots, i don't see the parrot i'll look again probably my eyes they are very bad..
     
  10. napdognewfie

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    They put in 3 yes 3! prisons!
    The prisoners are locked up but not the crook friends & family that moved here to be near them (not judging all of them).
     
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