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Discussion in 'Website Announcements, Feedback, Issues, & Guides' started by annageckos, Nov 4, 2012.

  1. annageckos

    annageckos Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I saw this spam post in one of the subforums, but I have no idea how to report it. I looked all over the page, but didn't see any links. Here is the link if any mods see this. Ok, I can't paste the link. I really dislike the new forums. Anyway, it is the first post in the ornamental fowl subforum.
     
  2. bcboy

    bcboy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Red flag at the bottom.

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  3. annageckos

    annageckos Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Oh I see it, thanks.
     
  4. ivan3

    ivan3 spurredon Premium Member

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    For some reason the spammers prefer the ornamental forum. Good eye!
     
  5. Nifty-Chicken

    Nifty-Chicken Administrator Staff Member

    Hmmm..... I wonder if they are searching for "ornament" keywords and popular sites during this time of year and then posting in that section? Silly amateur spammers!
     
  6. Gomezpnp

    Gomezpnp New Egg

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    Any thoughts? We had a hen with 6 3 day old chicks in a cat carrier. When my husband went to check on them this morning they were gone. The hen was just fine. Any idea what could have gotten them? My thinking is a snake but I would think it would have been full after 1or 2 chicks. We won't be doing that again.
     
  7. ivan3

    ivan3 spurredon Premium Member

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    Depends on size/hunger of the snake (if that is what it was).

    You might try posting in the Predator and Pest forum, with more detail, for more informed opinion: https://www.backyardchickens.com/f/13/predators-and-pests

    This thread, though it concerns predation, of a sort, isn't as useful to your purposes ;)
     
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