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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by ruachicken1, Sep 25, 2008.
Matt, sooo sorry for your loss today. I do hope your other hen pulls thru.
Went to TSC and got 6 black Australorp straight run. LOL DH is such a sweetie.
lol been there and don't wanna go back on the leg brace.
This Sat. at the Family Farm store, Persons St. Fayetteville........there is a flock swap. Buy & sell birds. Come on out and browse & meet some BYCers.
all new flockers
Kmac there's a flock swap in Fayetteville this sat that some of us will be at. Its listed on Craig's list
Mary, you guys going to a flock swap?
I'm going to do my best to make it, I'm trying to get my coop finished up and only have help on the weekends. Are there more swaps? I have nine 2 week old chicks, 7 RIR and 2 barred rock in our upstairs room. Since ya'll are from the area, when can I put the chicks outside? I know we are having some warm weather, but I don't want to put them out too soon. I've read so many different things!
new folks......glad to meet you
thinking I'll be at the swap too
doubt I'd be able to miss it and want to get my bunny from Bhep
might bring a pigeon or twenty......talking DH into it
But...my pigeon house is not set up yet!!
So....what kind of pigeons do you have, anyway? I'm wanting squabbing birds.
Bunny ??? What bunny ????
OOOOoooo you mean that ADORABLE little fluff ball ? That little cutie looks like a stuffed animal ! LOL
We had to put Flexy down.
She was doing really well after she slept a couple hours. She was eating and drinking. I gave her about 20 mealworms that she gobbled down in her usual manner.
When Mom got home we were able to really check her over. The side and back I think would have healed with time and alot of TLC, but we found a bigger problem. She had a good size piece of intestine hanging from her vent. It had been torn off inside her and was a mangled piece of meat hanging by a corner. There was no way to even try to fix that. Maybe with major surgery at a Vet's office, but that is way more then we could afford. Instead of waiting for the inevitable infection we put her to rest.
She is buried next to her sister, Specks, who died from a snake bite in '09. They were hatched by me, by incubator, May 28, 2005. Both had good lives and I hope were happy during their time. Their remaining sister, Midnight, is still going strong.