I hated parting with any of them, but I kept my favorites (which was a hard call), and know both that they'll all be happier not overcrowded and that I sold good, healthy birds with no behavioral issues.Congrats!!
Wow, congrats!IMO, the key to staying on a diet is to break it occasionally -- deliberately and thoughtfully.
I'm coming up on 2 years of low carb and if I didn't let myself have some bread once or twice a month or have a small piece of cake at my grandkids' birthday parties I'd have chucked the diet ages ago. Instead, I've lost 80lbs.
Yep, that would be great! I got a wagon load of bedding out of the hoop coop today. Then I raked out the leaves from the run area for the latest coop. Tossed some winter wheat seeds on it. Then one of the roosters came over to "help".don't you wish you could run and frolic like that ? I am happy when I walk to the kitchen without a kink or pop in my joints..