IMPORTANT: There are a lot of unaswered questions

Ema

Songster
9 Years
Jun 4, 2010
1,960
12
143
N. Ontario CANADA
well I am trying but there are a lot of questions about breeding or posting pics of certain breeds and well one I have no clue about anything when it comes to breeding, hatching, incubating. and well you get the point. but I am trying to answer some...lol....
 

gamebirdsonly

Crowing
13 Years
Mar 5, 2007
6,418
173
381
UTAH
I try to about once a week but alot of the question I don't have answer for.
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justbugged

Head of the Night Crew for WA State
11 Years
Jan 27, 2009
7,877
39
306
Enumclaw
I have been doing off and for a while, but often there are questions about other fowl that I have no experience with. I fact I answered one or two questions last night.
 

mississippifarmboy

collects slightly damaged strays
12 Years
Oct 22, 2008
4,904
403
361
Glen, Mississippi. 40+ chicken years
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Mandy's right, it doesn't take but a sec to help somebody if you do know the answers to their questions.

I try too, but only answer if I know the answer or have had some kind of experiance with the problem at hand. Might post a bit of encouragement though.
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Mis-information is worse than no information though. JHMO
 

catdaddy66

Songster
10 Years
Nov 18, 2009
1,050
17
151
Lugoff, SC
Just scrolled thru the list and only found a couple of posts that I could answer. There really weren't many unanswered threads that I saw, a few in the Auction forum. Wife won't let me bid: hehehehe!
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Organics North

Songster
10 Years
Dec 30, 2009
1,849
40
194
Wisconsin Northwoods
I most always "do my duty" in Feeding and watering your flock. I happily answer the same questions over and over. I do this before coming to random ramblings to "play"

Thanks MandyH for reminding us all to help folks out that are looking for answers in areas were we may have experience..

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