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Weggers

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Dec 9, 2019
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Hello! I’m Wendy from Dothan, Alabama. I was a member here years ago and had a small backyard flock but we’ve had a lot of changes in the years since. I’m re-registering because for one, I can’t remember my old login :confused:. I still have my coop and run and need to spruce it back up before I can even think of getting new birds and I’m interested to see what everyone is doing these days!! I have recently found that I’m not legal in my neighborhood now because I don’t have a half acre....only a quarter so there’s that! So, I guess while I’m in the process of getting everything together I will trying get that ordinance changed. Here’s to change and adventures!!
 

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For the time being, get a few Coturnix quail. They are tiny and cute, and lay a lot of eggs (tastes like chicken!). You can buy scissors to open the eggs quickly. No shell gets into the egg somehow. It’s magic! :lol:
The quail can live in a guinea pig cage, or hide in HW cloth tunnels behind a bush or your flowers.
 

Weggers

Chirping
Dec 9, 2019
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For the time being, get a few Coturnix quail. They are tiny and cute, and lay a lot of eggs (tastes like chicken!). You can buy scissors to open the eggs quickly. No shell gets into the egg somehow. It’s magic! :lol:
The quail can live in a guinea pig cage, or hide in HW cloth tunnels behind a bush or your flowers.
That’s a great idea!
 
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