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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by Luke13:34, Jan 4, 2011.
Ok, done with rain, frost, mud, cold, mud, wet dogs tracking in, having to wear irrigation boots everywhere, mud, no garden, mud! Im ready for sunshine, green grass that needs mowing, rose garden budding, tree blossoms, baby goats and lambs, pasture grass growing, and baby chicks!!!!! Im with you!
Ditto! I'm not cut out for the cold!
I'm waiting for springtime cause my 11-week olds will start laying.
This pic was hard to take since everyone wanted to peck at the camera or a bandage I have on my left hand.
They are adorable. So sweet looking
Awwwww! Thanks for the pic, jamoncon! They look so inquisitive.
I want more too!
I have 25 baby chicks coming feb 1 I can nt wait.
we have 25 chicks coming in april !!! and its hard waiting ( and even thought i live in mn i hate the cold)
I have it on good authority that it's never going to get warm again in Indiana and we're all going to die.