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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by ruachicken1, Sep 25, 2008.
Love those.........great job!!!!!!
JUST NEED DOORS WINDOWS NEST AND ROOST --ALMOST THERE--
THANKS FOR THE COMMENTS
My partridge silkie babies from yesterday's hatch!!!
e 2 of my silkies laid their very first eggs today! One laid her in the run, the other laid hers on the floor RIGHT in front of the door!
Matt so sorry for your lose and I know she was very loved and given a wonderful home
KristanB- glad you were able to catch your girl!
Bhep- I think I'm gonna join the easter hatch, I should have my incubator by then. I'm gonna be asking you a lot of questions, if that's ok!?!
Beautiful goats, birds, gliders and other critters! so cute
Yes Join... and ask questions. A lot of folks there are hatch a holics....so should have answers or theories.
Nope... we gave him Teramycin & Pedialite in his water... but we are going to TSC tomorrow and will look for Tylan. I saw somebody post on Facebook about Tylan, too. Thanks HT for the info.
He seems to be feeling alot better today, but he still has a cough.
They are so cute.
Hubby says they are silver Lakenvelders. We got them from McMurray on Monday.
RF can spot a lakenvelder as a day old chicks from 100 feet away.
You know she has had me nearly all over this state looking for her golden ones but at least she has a trio of silvers for now
Nice Picture. Hmmm, I wonder who the photographer was??
Glad first eggs were laid and lose chickens caught.
I keep telling my dad about them boxes, maybe now he might get one or some, just so much to do to/with one.
Yes, when you been searching for a non existent breed of bird, they get easy to see. My last breed is the golden lakenvelder. There's nothing like buying chicks of one breed to find out that one is not or to buy mutt birds and find out that they aren't, gets to be a pain in the bottom when it takes years to find them!