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Hello from LA (lower Alabama)

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Billford, Oct 15, 2013.

  1. Billford

    Billford Out Of The Brooder

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    New here and new to chickens
     
  2. Django- Wayne

    Django- Wayne New Egg

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    I live in north bama ..have50 to 60 chicks. all farm animals .
     
  3. Django- Wayne

    Django- Wayne New Egg

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    i here the rosters crowing ..time to wake
     
  4. Billford

    Billford Out Of The Brooder

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    40-50 chickens here, got in too big I think
     
  5. All Henned Up

    All Henned Up Muffs or Tufts

    I have learned a lot from BYC, the greatest chicken site ever![​IMG]
    Welcome and enjoy![​IMG]

    Steve.[​IMG]
     
  6. Billford

    Billford Out Of The Brooder

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    Any idea how to tell a black sexlink hen from a black copper Maran hen?
     
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  7. Django- Wayne

    Django- Wayne New Egg

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    Na love my chicks .. stinky .. big foot ..browny . just to name a few..
     
  8. All Henned Up

    All Henned Up Muffs or Tufts

    It's called Chicken Math 1+1=40-50 we have all experienced it.
     
  9. Billford

    Billford Out Of The Brooder

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    Lol...everybody told me and the wife "if you want a few w, get a bunch, baby chicks are hard to keep alive"...and we lost 5 out of 54. Now we're trying to handle twice as many chickens as we originally wanted. I enjoy them, though
     
  10. Django- Wayne

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    Got 9 new babys ...that ok 4 now
     

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