postings are not an indicator of experience with birds

jlmann

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Recently i posted on the forum in response to a question and to my surprise someone replied with a " so I guess I'll be the only one with over 100 posts to reply" message. Since I grew up on a farm and have been around chickens and numerous other types of birds for as long as I can remember I want to remind everyone that posting (or your number of posts) on this site does not make you an "expert".
 

shortcake1806

Sassy McSassington
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Everyone had less than 100 posts at some point. You're right posts don't equal experience.
 

jlmann

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eggzactly! anyone want to know how t get a pheasant hen to go broody? (old mountain man secret)
 

Ec_Prokta

Continuum Shift Anomaly
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True that. Look at me! I have almost 1000 posts and only 3 5 week olds!
 

Imp

All things share the same breath- Chief Seattle
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The Emerald City
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Quote:Not even the memories of your mother hen, the coop you called home, and your little fuzzy butt brothers and sisters? That's so sad.

Imp
 

Biddieacres

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Quote:How? How? See I have over 100 and I have no idea the answer to that.
 
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seismic wonder2

I got mad ninja skills
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Just remember to take ANYTHING you see on the internet with a grain of salt.

Any fool can get on line now a days.

I joined because I grew up with chickens and I found I needed to learn a lot more than I knew.
 

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