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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by BANTAMWYANDOTTE, Dec 27, 2011.
The other two pumpkins
Just did a head count on my chicks I have 92 right now and all my hens are back laying. I have about 40 eggs in the incubator not counting the duck peacock and turkey eggs
Nice I love pumpkins I have 11 right now mine are pumpkin hulseys
I have one hen that I'm waiting on to start laying, I've crossed my Bates Hatch to my fast side Hatch single mated both ways.
I would like to know if you have to be licensed and whatever hoops to go through to become a commercial gamefowl farm breeder. Any info would be grand...
Whoa! That's too many for me. I'm too busy to properly care for that many
i would start with making sure you have consistently good birds first and foremost. My guess is it's not an overnight endeavor. Anybody can raise and sell gamefowl. Producing consistent excellent gamefowl is something entirely different.
Well besides quality I mean legall aspects like license farm and do I need to be inspected.
In my opinion the less people know the better. Different strokes for different folks though.
Isee these big gamefowl farms online and I wonder what they had to do to go commercial