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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by LeBlackbird, Sep 24, 2009.
thanks Chad, have a good day too!
Just called and let them know about you. If you can scan or fax or email your app in she said she would greatly appreciate it.
My hen scovies typically don't have the big caruncles (red things) like the males do. Theirs is more like a reddish ring around their eyes. Mine aren't laying now, either. Don't worry, by next summer, you'll be sick of them laying. They go broody easily, and like to sneak away to hatch babies. BTW it takes 35 days for the eggs to hatch.
My processor is in Gratz. Probably a bit far for you, unless you have a whole lot to do at once.
Going to the one in march, even though it is farther away....hubby wants to tag along, and he cannot go till march.
downside to all this,,,,,I would rather be standing in knee high manure with a pitchfork, then do paperwork....strange aren't i
Odd I refer to the scads of paperwork in my job as piles of sh*t. Perhaps I should try a pitchfork on it?
For me !!hubby started all the madness,,, the local school was doing a hatch and asked if we would take what hatched, he brought 9 little chicks home and the madness never stopped.
I'm in Westmoreland County, PA! I am in the market for some fertilized eggs locally if anyone has a recommendation. Thanks!
Hello..Glad to see you
You are in the rght place for eggs''
Not sure where Westmreland county is at.
[VIDEO][/VIDEO]Missy, I got mine processed in Ephrata, $1.30/bird. There's a lady a tad closer to me, Honeybrook, who I'm going to try next time.
Sally, me n Ladyhawke are going on Dec 3rd to the class.