Hello from Wiltshire, UK.

Clausentum

Hatching
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Hi everybody,
I would like to introduce myself. My name is Ken Windess; I have recently retired as the Manager of Longleat House the Stately Home of the 7th Marquess of Bath in Wiltshire, South West England. Although I have retired I keep myself busy one or two days a week doing conservation work to the furniture in Longleat House as well as producing wood turned items for the House Shop. I have four children, sixteen Grandchildren and nine Great Grandchildren. I have now acquired six chickens, 1 White Leghorn, 1 Light Sussex, 1 Silver Sussex, 1 Bluebird and 2 Plymouth Rocks.
As you can see I have quite a bit of experience raising children but none whatsoever raising chickens so I will undoubtedly need your help with that.
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Buff Hooligans

Scrambled
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So glad you joined us. And regarding the topic of raising children, there's almost as many posts about raising kids as there are about raising chickens.
You will be a valuable contributor to those posts, I'm sure.
 

Hattie the Hen

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Dec 6, 2008
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Hi there &
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I'm from the UK (near Oxford) as well. I feel as if I know you as I have seen so much of you over the years on TV. With your experience I'm sure your chickens must have a very smart coop & run.
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I'm sure you will enjoy being part of BYC; it's a great place for advice on Poultry etc.

I look forward to your posts.


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teach1rusl

Love My Chickens
10 Years
Jul 28, 2009
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Floyds Knobs, Indiana
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A warm welcome to you from the state of Indiana!
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You'll find chickens oh so much easier to raise than children...lol!! They can make a mess, but they rarely talk back, and they know "lights out" means bedtime.
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