Surviving Minnesota!

Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by Bogtown Chick, Nov 18, 2015.

  1. Rhetts

    Rhetts Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Wow Ralphie that person was ridiculous!! BTW you were not selling food to him you were selling a live turkey. Sorry Togo didn't work out too.
     
  2. holm25

    holm25 Jr Chicken Wrangler

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    Do you guys know what towns allow chickens??
     
  3. duluthralphie

    duluthralphie Chicken Wrangler extrodinaire Premium Member

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    You have never met her.....If you had ...Well.. You would know better...lol
     
  4. Coffee 1st

    Coffee 1st Chillin' With My Peeps

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    LOOKIE LOOK .. my 1st egg.. Well not me but my red sex link.. Remember the other day she laid down for me.. Well today when I went to sit with them she came up to me and laid down and I started petting her THEN she spread her wings and started doing some sort of shaking dance and out plopped a Egg... Ohh isn't it beautiful... [​IMG] her egg compared to a store bought large [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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  5. Cluckies

    Cluckies Overrun With Chickens Premium Member

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    That is pile of poo. Super funny about the lunch bag, bet she loved the photo, but not so much not having a lunch today!

    Yes, I use organic peat moss from Menards or Fleet Farm. Might be hard to come by now at this time of year, I stock up in the fall. my girls were all over it today!

    Yes, I've used pinless peepers for feather picking. My Cluck-Cluck is a terrible feather picker. I was hoping she would out grow it. I took her peepers off a couple of months ago, but she may be starting up again, they may have to go back on. :( we'll see, terrible habit. My Fi had to wear them awhile last year when mother was molting, but she seems to be fine now.
    The pinless peepers go in the nostrils, just sit in there. regular peepers used for pheasants, there is a bar that goes through, no good.

    Pinless peepers

    Here was cluc- cluck and Fi with their peepers:
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    Woot Woot! 1st eggs are always so fun! how exciting! [​IMG]

    Did you get their boxes open and get the golf ball in their yet? how fun!
     
  6. KlopKlop

    KlopKlop Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Out of curiousity, i looked on lowes.com to see if my local store had it (we dont have a menards) and they show it in stock.
     
  7. Coffee 1st

    Coffee 1st Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Woot Woot!  1st eggs are always so fun!  how exciting!   :weee

    Did you get their boxes open and get the golf ball in their yet?  how fun!
    [/quote]. Yep they r all set up I will get pics tomorrow , but apparently she likes to be petted before she will lay u a egg.. Lol.
     
  8. Cluckies

    Cluckies Overrun With Chickens Premium Member

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    . Yep they r all set up I will get pics tomorrow , but apparently she likes to be petted before she will lay u a egg.. Lol.[/QUOTE]
    Funny, I think she just didn't know what was going on and was scared and needed comforting. She'll be better once she knows where to go and lay her egg in safety. Then she won't want you touching her, lol
     
  9. Cluckies

    Cluckies Overrun With Chickens Premium Member

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  10. Bogtown Chick

    Bogtown Chick Overrun With Chickens

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    People are so brave on their keyboards Ralphie. That belly button there is an internet troll. I wonder if you can flag people on Craig's list. Idiot.
     

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