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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by AmyLynn2374, May 8, 2015.
Your just jealous! Because now you know I can kick you butt!
Thank you!!!!! So much harder than it looks.
Nothing about that looked easy to me
I cant do it with my left arm on top because my right arm is stronger so I was able to grip better with the right arm and lock the left arm in place. Then just lift the legs and lock your body.
......by age 30 ill own a multi-million business. dunno what for.
So we are going to see you qualifying at American Ninja Warrior next year, right? We really need more female competitors...lol
I have been Stuipd Busy welcoming these guys black an blue sweeds 7 for 30$
What would you recommend feeding a mixed flock. I have 3, 3 month Olds 1 pullet and 2 cockrells. 5, 2 month Olds in the same coop and run. Not sure of sexes. I have them on a starter at the moment. I was thinking of getting flock raiser today and giving separate container of oyster shell when she starts laying.
I give my 2 week old turkey poults game feed. Should I be doing any else or different. They can't free range due to predators. But I will probably let them out when the 2 month Olds are a bit bigger for an hour supervised just before bedtime.
I think you are on the right track. With roosters and hens mixed together, I like to give them flock raiser, then offer free choice oyster shell for the hens. I used to do chick starter until they started laying, but that was difficult hatching chicks in the pen. Either the hens didn't get enough calcium, or the chicks would jump up to roost on the layer feeder and eat the laying crumbles too soon. Switching to flock raiser, I can feed everyone the same and just supplement the hens