Pennsylvania!! Unite!!

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

  1. fisherlady

    fisherlady Overrun With Chickens

    Who, us??? What enablers??? Not here, nope, don't see anyone here who would do that! Nope, not us! [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  2. Blarneyeggs

    Blarneyeggs Overrun With Chickens

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  3. patrickschick

    patrickschick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have heavy walled coolers in all different sizes. No need to buy one. These were used to keep lab supplies cold.
    And my house is closer than wally world
    Sounds good
    That's just the way she writes lol
    we did have a micro swap
    We have tents
    HI! Tons of folks all within a short drive to get just about anything you can think of.
    I'd keep them inside in the cage for as long as you can with the odd weather we've had. (just put my babies from Dec27 hatch out of the house[​IMG])
    Sweet!
    Button quail are VERY small! I've seen bigger finches
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    Stop you!? Hell we'd help you load it [​IMG]
    Enablers....what exactly is an enabler? A person who supports you in your interests, wants and desires.....Sounds more like a REALLY good friend. [​IMG]
     
  4. wingstone

    wingstone Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Chad...how did the quail move go...did they settle in and start laying eggs.....did you get a male to female ratio there,,,I think that batch only had a few males but I never really checked.....or did you just say the he** with it and eat them, they really are good simply fried...

    I will have to use that one some day......definition of an enabler.......But dear....a really good friend told me it was the best idea I ever had...

    not sure he will buy that one..
     
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  5. wingstone

    wingstone Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have kind of a strange question to throw out there...

    I have 8+ cream legbar chicks comng from crazypetlady in the spring...as you all know i am trying to downsize and get organized, this is a breed i would like to work with but the timing is way off.....
    my question is would any of you be willing to take these chicks and work with them, and then ensure that i get chicks from them come next summer??
     
  6. Baym

    Baym Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Day 14 Last Night - we have 2 bators going with Welsummer and Maran eggs, and some random eggs we got from a friend (some EE). I have no idea how anyone can see anything inside Welsummer and Maran eggs, other than the air cell. The lightest Welsummer you could see some veining and a dark cloud, but not much else. I suppose there could be nothing going on inside those eggs or there is and being a rookie I couldn't get enough lumination to see it.

    However, totally different story on the light blue and green eggs. Wow. The one egg the chick was doing gymnastics. Kept pushing its feet up against the sides. Totally amazing. I only have 3 light color eggs and there is definite activity. Mixed blessing at this point, I am totally stressing about the Wellies but super excited about the others!
     
  7. Baym

    Baym Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I would definitely do it if I could have a rooster, but alas I am forbidden.
     
  8. Baym

    Baym Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Denial is not just a river in Egypt!
     
  9. wingstone

    wingstone Chillin' With My Peeps

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  10. Baym

    Baym Chillin' With My Peeps

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    If I had a rooster, the Mrs. would throw me out and I would be homeless in my truck with the rooster.
     

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