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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by AmyLynn2374, May 8, 2015.
Yeah! C'mon chickies... get a move on. Keep us posted!
At your own risk
I have a friend who raises show pidgeons. He even travels out of state to show and to trade. They're gorgeous. Don't make much of a meal though! (JK)
Would you be able to tell from the shed skin that it's not a copperhead, or do you not have them in WV?
and name it GEORGE!
Originally Posted by scflock
OK, here is everyone's turn to smack me back. you're a woman, where else would you be at 5 o'clock?
Why outside, doing important things with our power tools, of course. My hubby straps on the apron when I get carried away with my power tools. He's actually getting to be pretty good in the kitchen. Gotta love a man who can cook!!!
Good luck! Let us know when you get pips!
I hope it hatches! Good luck! Are you going to get a friend to put in with it?
I am not sure....I would like to but I no one close has any day old BCM chicks. If it hatches then I might consider getting one. Although I would like it to be my pet.
Hey...mine to loves to cook also!!!! He is such a good guy and we love to try and make different cultural foods as well. I made Chicken and Lentil curry the other night and it was fantastic!
No way I'd be in the kitchen with all that going on. If my wife is going to use power tools, I want to watch. Might learn something...
Lazy: I'm just raising them for the fun and experience of it. Half of them are mixed breeds. Maybe later on in life I'll get more serious with it and buy some nice homers or rollers or something. None of my birds will EVER be eaten. plus, they aren't meat pigeons.
Ross: can you mail me some? Sounds delicious.
Mark this down, people. I agree with every single thing she said
Why do they have to be Asian?
Like throwing a rock at a hornet's nest
Don't forget to choke up and use both hands
Or, buy a Brinsea and plug it in
I hear there's an alternative...