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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by Happy Chooks, Jan 20, 2016.
Don't we all dream about chickens?
Yes. But I dreamed I WAS IN THE EGG ABOUT TO HATCH!!! my husband says I've lost my mind.
My husband caught me in the middle of a very intense conversation with my rooster Big Red the other day. He looked at me have me a big hug and said that he loves me no matter how insane I am. Lol
As an Iowa native, now living in Wisconsin, cold tolerance is a given. It's a balmy 18 this am and dropping. However, from the other end of the scale, I lived west of Phoenix for 4 years. I was amazed a the heat tolerance I built up! On the flip side, when I left AZ, moved to Indianapolis (which is quite temperate in comparison to the frozen north), I felt like such a wuss. I remember it being like 50 degrees out and I literally had on a winter coat and my nose was ice cold to the touch. How embarassing for a native Iowan! I've since adjusted back and am back to tolerating the cold quite well, but not quite as well as I used to. On the up side, I've held on to some of that heat tolerance, not nearly so miserable in the summertime now.
Glad Jasmine is improving.
Yep, ducks, geese, turkeys................they all count as long as they are your birds.
If your broodies are committed, they should do fine. Have these birds been broody and hatched chicks before? I'm always careful in giving eggs to a first time broody.
What does "domestic fowl" refer to? Domesticated? Or no birds originated in other countries?
Domesticated Fowl = tame and kept as a pet or on a farm.
Ahh, I think happy Chooks explained it to me
Good morning all.