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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by Bogtown Chick, Nov 18, 2015.
I could be wrong but am pretty sure its a girl.
My point about him being out and about was not meant offensively. What I was trying to say is . . . . . I think I best stop.
DH is vacuuming. If always makes me . Time for a nap in thinkin'
Holm, it looks like a pullet to me, for what that's worth... lol
I'm snuggled on the armchair with my sleeping hound dog watching football. So lovely. We played fetch up and down the steps for a good while to tire out the dogs and it worked like a charm
No problem, I did not take it offensively. He was a stupid rooster! Had he not ran and hid from me, He would be alive today. I lecture them all the time, some just never listen.
I am amazed how fast he was taken.
I also cannot believe he could hide so well so fast. I looked all around when he first got out. I should have stayed out longer, but I was being a wimp cause I was coooooold..
Are you talking the white or EE?
I cannot tell on the white looks kinda boyish to me, the EE is a girl no doubt. If you look close she is pulling her vacuum cleaner, no boy would do that...
We may have to kick him out of the great guys meeting of the minds fishing trip for this.
. Have a nice nap!
For the record, this cold can not end soon enough. The warm winter has made me soft!
I am headed to look at/buy the grain wagon in an hour or so. Turns out he is only about 8 miles from my farm. I also purchased a cast iron grain mill on eBay today. Just need to add a pulley and fit it to the motor I already have.
Home building may not be succeeding right now but at least farm stuff is!
Go for it,, good luck.. Show us a picture of the mill!
I just came in from checking on my birds half or better are on the roosts. I only got a few eggs today, I do not blame them.
I have two more Creamette eggs I hope they are still alive...
The PC hens seem to have found there place in the flock. One was sitting snuggled up to a EE. the other was back with a few hens semi-close to her.
Ethel is snuggled in with the chicken hens too. She gave me that look that said, "if you lift me down from here again, I will gorge your eyes out". I left her up there. She just prefers chickens to turkeys as company in the cold..
The barred one ralph!!