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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by jerseygirl1, Oct 10, 2011.
Would the world be full of hens, and no roos?
Because they all may not hatch?
Actually, you can. There is no law against it. Just don't complain about all the disappointment that you will meet in your life.
sure .. you can count them before they hatch.. and the ones that die in the shell just drop into a jar of formaldehyde so you can keep them forever and ever and ever
I say, don't count your chickens until after the hawks have eaten.
I say don't count your chickens that way your husband will never
know how many you actually have!
Count your chickens before they hatch (subtract the ones that don't) counting after they hatch is hard to do.
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You should count them before, and then replace the ones that don't hatch with more chicks . You already had planned to hatch that many, so you're just evening it up to get what should have been.
Counting them is futile, the best judge of your chicken numbers is your feed bill.