Hey guys. I know I havent been on for awhile, that is due to the fact my one computer monitor crashed and the laptop I also use hasn't been letting me log in here. I am currently using an older monitor until we end up getting a newer one. Anyways, I am sure most of you have heard about how my 3 sebastopol goslings were killed. I was devastated, and to this point in time I am still upset. They were the triple E gang, Ernie, Elvira, and Edith. Well, they were killed about two weeks ago, and the following sunday after the thursday they were killed I ended up calling my friend whom I have got a lot of my birds from. He promised me he was going to get me at least two more goslings, most likely embdens. Well, he ended up getting them a day early, and I ended up heading his way to get my goslings . When I got there he told me he not only had 2 embdens... but he had 2 toulouse goslings also. He asked me which pair I wanted, and me, obviously, I cannot pick just one pair... so I ended up bringing all 4, one week old goslings home! The man whom I had gotten my goslings from also told me he had a gift for me, and he ended up coming out with a freshly laid mandarin duck egg, which is, at this point in time, still in my incubator. I ended up hatching 4 bourbon red X royal palm turkey poults out of my incubator. I sold 2 to a friend, and also picked that friend up a royal palm poult. While I got the royal palm poult I couldn't help but get myself a narragansett poult, 11 weeks old now, named Rivett. So at the moment I have 3 poults, 2 that are about 3 weeks old, and Rivett. My muscovy hen who was nesting in my barn on 8 eggs ended up hatching all 8! They are inside though, due to the safety issues, I have too many cats that I cannot trust around baby birds. The first duckling that hatched I found the next morning out in the barn a long way away from mama duck. I just cannot trust the other animals, and the fact that the hen was in a horse stall, and I know for a fact my horses would have no problem whatsoever trampling some ducklings. I also ended up hatching 2 ducklings from my incubator, so now I have a total of 10. I currently lost 2 of my adult ducks to my neighbors dog. And this was in 95 degree weather... so it took a few minutes for the bodies to get to stinking. I was upset about that. Just thought I'd throw in the fact that I also got a new dun quarterhorse mare, she didn't have a name when we got her, so her name now is Abby. My chicken coop is finished. So I'll make sure to add the pictures to the coop/run page I have. I will also get pictures of all the new additions!