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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by LeBlackbird, Sep 24, 2009.
Just catching up. That is hysterical!!!
patrickchick, we have the same problem with marans no matter if we hatch by incubator or broodie. Dry incubation works better than regular. The broodies are crazy mental cases too. Never try to co-hatch with them- they fight over the eggs from day 1.
Still, we persist!
Seriously, he was an evil thing. I will go to the chicken swap in Clearfield this May, but I will not get anything from those people again! I can only imagine that all their roos have that "mean" gene. I don't want to take a chance. Besides, who wants to pay for roosters and Cross beak chicks?
I am going with a girl.
How come no one has said, "Chick Days start Monday!!!"
Not that I am excited. I just want to look. Really!!
Is it Tuesday yet? Better yet... Someone is getting a PM.
Sally I'm going to the one at Penn State on March 13. The flyer for the Penn State course in State College says you must complete and email/fax application for pre-approval by Friday , March 1, 2013 to Dr. Elizabeth Santini ([email protected], 814-946-7354-fax, 717 -443-1185- phone). This course at Penn State will also be doing lab work.
Long time no see! beaglady said earlier that she has olive eggers.
I think I'm going to tell step-daughter that I'm not watching the 2 yo
So chicken math almost got my hubby. He wanted gold laced and blue lace wyandottes. He called Country Junction an they don't get chicks in until 2nd week of March. I told him there are alot of people on here woth full incubators. Then he said no more chickens. Lol
Sally, is this what you are looking for?