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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by jchny2000, Dec 18, 2012.
aww, bet they are beautiful tho!
great pics! Cant wait to see the coop completed, bet you feel the same.
Your birds look fantastic
If you have a barred bird, the chicks are sexlinked, I have some huge roos from my 1 BR hen, crossed with a GLW roo.
They are very docile, friendly and huge! The hens are also sweet, and lay well.
I put Mabe (my BR) ln with my BA roo Bruce and even bigger roos from them, same outcome.
Boys are barred, white dot on the head at hatch. Girls are solid back.
LOL it does take over and grow! And if you hatch it grows fast.
I decided with the current situation we have its time to downsize.
Its not easy, so take time and decide what breeds you really want.
I started with my quail, and have processed all but my jumbos, golden and tuxedo.
Looking at my chicken flock tomorrow to see what breeds will stay.
Oh they are precious! fantastic hatch rate too!
Molt is so scary the first time! I separate any that are now, to prevent picking,
Wow, lot of mulch, looks great!
Wow so long ago, her gander was pining and lonely, he lost his mate.
Oh my, the girls! My weewees! I really miss them, and bwindell too.
I hope they are well and Brenda also. Really miss her being on here.
you are just amazing, and I thank you for all you do for our thread.
Oh, once I hear peeps I talk to the eggs! I haven't done a broody hatch yet. hatching vibes to you
That age is still able to contract cocci. Dampness, cold... Rain seems to add to it.
I have the BCM but am struggling to find true AM. Frustrating! talk to CCCchickens, lots of good contacts,
Oh thats just horrible! Rant all u need to II would be so worried for the puppies too!
As I have said before, our thread is ours. Talk about whatever you want as long as its "kid friendly"
So sorry! You have a lot on your shoulders! Wish I could drive; I'd help you out!
Oh, dont be! it will save $ no kidding a LOT and the birds will be much healthier.
PM me and will send you the links and info. its really easy and keeps your bird healthier.