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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by LeBlackbird, Sep 24, 2009.
Saw this and thought someone might be interested
FREE - 3 hens to good home, Pittsburgh, PA
Harrisburg,PA Black Silkie Rooster
i am fixing up my incubator.. i am overhauling it. it is a sportsman 1502 and hold a crap load of eggs. i am trying to convince chad to keep it his house. so let me know who wants to hatch in 2 months. i myself will be hatching my own production rhode island reds. the rooster is big and very good temperment . the hens are the best of my flock. i choose for body egg laying and color. should be some nice birds.
i may have a trio of very nice black copper marans from whitmore farm lines.for sale. i could also sell 2 sets. i will not sell pullets only. these birds are 3 months old..
I got out there before the hunters this morning! Actually got to walk the perimeter of our property with the LGD pup with no worries.
Beautiful moon, crisp air, I just KNOW it's going to be a good day.
This is awesome Bruce! Do you have pics of your Marans breeders? How's their egg color?
Mama, I hear you here. I am also in a pinch because of the bus -and need to keep my phone with and ON, never know when the school will be calling me. I plan to call in some favors to get the kids on the bus.
I hope you can figure something out, I was hoping to see you.
I so wish I could. But my youngest is only in school until 1:30. My hubby would normally come home, but with all of the trips we have been driving back and forth to Pgh... well he has about used up his boss' good graces!
Than you gonna need to get your app in and mark it for March 7th BYC. And it's not all paperwork. I'm excited to be able to learn the diseases. A friend of mine is a tech and him and his wife were both techs. They had between 60-80,000 peeps show up and every 9 weeks it was a new batch. They both said that the CPT class was the best thing they EVER did. After that class they could ID illnesses and treat well in advance of an issue. He said after they took the class they ended up going from selling 90-100% of the birds that ended up going for processing to 104-106% So they were able to ID the issues and ended up selling the extras that were expected to die back as healthy birds.