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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by Happy Chooks, Jan 20, 2016.
really I sold some in some eggs once. 2 I think. The Mexican guys father got so ****** off thought his son was playing a joke on him. I mark the rest of them after that. I guess the guy tried to crack them for a early morning breakfast. They wouldn't crack......
gotta question??? Has anyone used eucalyptus leaves for nest boxes. I was wondering if would keep mite ,lice and sticktight fleas away. I 've got a tree .. What ya think?
I haven't tried that, but I have mint all over... cut off big hunks and toss them in the coop in the corners...
Years ago at a horse ranch I worked on had this young 200 pound pig that loved to eat baby chickens. He would stalk them like a cat. HE MADE ME SO MAD. hE WAS QUIET TASTY B&Q. He was awful.. We broke that habit.. LOL
. I sooo hope these are a pair and start laying soon.
How cool! I didn't know that.
Interesting idea. I'll have to collect some perhaps. A few of the nests they've made themselves use gum leaves
Super GOOD MORNING HAL!!!
Bacitracin on egg membrane... that is pretty brilliant. I never thought of that! I have a fine misting spray bottle in case of humidity drop or something for spraying eggs that have pipped.
I havent, it probably wouldn't hurt! I do put leek greens in the coop when I have them to spare. What I just LOVE is they don't just eat them up, they peck at them for a few days. So, for the week I throw them in the coop, there are flare ups of fresh leek smell, which I really enjoy.
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