Pennsylvania!! Unite!!

Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by LeBlackbird, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. missydcpc

    missydcpc Chillin' With My Peeps

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    11 PM to 7 PM??? Not 11 P to 7 A?? That's only 4 hours off!!!
     
  2. missydcpc

    missydcpc Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Saw the correction...LOL That makes more sense and 11p-7a isn't a wierd shift...not my preferred shift...but have worked it in the distant past.
     
  3. BullChick

    BullChick Not who you think Premium Member

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    Penta, since everyone is too busy playing with Chad's ding a ling (that song is going to be stuck in my head now) to answer your question, I will do it! (knight in shining armor emoticon here)
    [​IMG] Just like your kids forget why they were mad at you the night before, chickens do too. When they wake up with new chickens, it means the newbies have had time to adjust to the presence of others, and the "feel" of a new home. It also is supposed to make the older ones think "were you there before?"
    That is how it was explained to me.
     
  4. missydcpc

    missydcpc Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Baym, I may well get more Wellie chicks in the spring from Whitmore (not a hatchery) they're down in MD not that far from me...so on one of your jaunts to HBG you could pick them up...and since they're sexable at birth, you don't have to worry about getting boys.
     
  5. patrickschick

    patrickschick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    But what they don't realize is sally has been looming over them since before they hatched [​IMG]. OKAY I had to! Now [​IMG]
     
  6. patrickschick

    patrickschick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    [​IMG] Who was talking about my ding-a-ling? Nice armor btw.
     
  7. missydcpc

    missydcpc Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We were discussing your lack of one.
     
  8. roseschickies

    roseschickies Chillin' With My Peeps

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    What are you going to the Zoning board for? Just out of curiosity. I know there are different regulations and stuff. I was told I could spend $300 to go in front of the board win or lose to gain permission for my chickens they made the zoning law so you could have them, but they are little tricksters and I miss it due to not having 150/125ft from each property line. I would go to the board, but I never have luck with that stuff and figured they would say no. My neighbors said they didn't care and would sign saying so, + I will give them eggs! The guy I was talking to was kind rude as well, Told me to buy my neighbors house. I was like um ok? And since I don't like to be told NO and I really don't have to worry about anyone telling,= why I can't have a rooster. Anyone that would want to check it out would have to walk to the end of my property, break the lock on my barn to even see my girls, but I think that is trespassing and breaking and entering at that point? We are also going to do some lovely landscaping around there run. No one will be the wiser :) Other than my telling you on a public forum... ummm...


    and Good Lord that was a lot to read up from the weekend!! FS Pics are great!! :D
     
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  9. patrickschick

    patrickschick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Penta....And one thing that you have done though is you have had them all in your brooder setup in the basement where they all had interactions. Where in most scenarios that is not the case.
     
  10. patrickschick

    patrickschick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hmmm and if you guys didn't have us just think of the things you'd miss.
     

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