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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by Bogtown Chick, Nov 18, 2015.
I know, What am I to do?
Is there a "HA" meeting around here?
Sherah is enjoying her swanky new rug in their new home
ROFL,, that is one happy looking cat!
Hatching a lot of chicks is great, as long as you have a plan for them. The purebreds ( for lack of a better term) can be sold without too much difficulty. Even the EE crosses have a ready market.
There are only so many replacement pullets that a person needs, and I assume there is a limit on the number of cockerels one wants to process?
If it were me (which it is not) I would be taking orders for unsexed chicks of the various breeds. In Ralphies case Cream Legbars, Partridge Chanteclers, Black Australorp, EE and any others I have missed.
2nd and 3rd year hens do not lay at the same rate as 1st year layers in most cases, and all eggs are not fertile or do not develop properly. Ralphie, I wonder about the fertility of the CLB rooster you used last season based on your description of hatch rate?
Is this something you want to talk to us about?
I can tell they don't like the new space as much as the basement but it is smaller, colder, and doesn't have a desk they can push all my stuff off from... But soon the will get to go outside so that should be fun. I might wait through this cold snap
Yes! I would like a creamette chick or two. I think they are so purty. I am going to have to 'sneak' in another coop/run somehow. With egg production what it is there has to be more hens - LOL. Big Talk - no Walk. I wish though.
Ummmmmm. I deny everything!!!
OK fine!! I need a reason to start hatching. I also have the same ad on the fargo craigslist!!
Why the maximum on the waterfowl?
Is it because you know anyone wanting more than 4 geese is completely crazy?