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CindyinSD

All will be well, and that will be well is well.
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Here is my new friend. (I have to buy my friends, you know... no one wants to drive all the way out here. 🤣) Her name is Liberty. I stole the idea from another BYC member. (Don't tell her.) I do not know whether she actually ended up using it, but if she did, I guess it's a second-hand name. Don't tell my baby; she would be crushed.

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duluthralphie

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If you marry him maybe.

I was going to keep my old vehicle until it died just to see how long it would last but he didn't want to work on it anymore.
I think I will reject his very generous offer of marriage. The WW refuses to let me marry anyone else, even for a new car.
 

duluthralphie

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What ever happened to you doing poult pics in Porter's FB group ralphie?
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I got busy and decided to just let the birds free mate, so I have such a jumbo of genetics I really don’t know where to start figuring them out.


In addition, I have stopped hatching anything. I hope to be bird free in the near future, but I have hoped that for a couple years.

Last year I hatched 19 chicks. No turkeys.

This year I hatched 50 and traded them for hay before I put the eggs in the incubator. I am thinking of selling my large incubators. I only have one left and one hatcher. And a few foamies.
 

Molpet

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My Coop
I got busy and decided to just let the birds free mate, so I have such a jumbo of genetics I really don’t know where to start figuring them out.


In addition, I have stopped hatching anything. I hope to be bird free in the near future, but I have hoped that for a couple years.

Last year I hatched 19 chicks. No turkeys.

This year I hatched 50 and traded them for hay before I put the eggs in the incubator. I am thinking of selling my large incubators. I only have one left and one hatcher. And a few foamies.
Amazing how life gets in the way.
 

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