# this is pretty neat. give it a try.

Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by backdoorchicken, Nov 4, 2010.

1. ### backdoorchickenSongster

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1. take the number of chickens you have

2. multiply that number by 2

4. multiply by 50

6. subtract the 4 digit year you were born

7. you should now have a 3 digit number

8. the last 2 numbers are your age

Last edited: Nov 4, 2010

2. ### kla37Songster

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Tried it and the last 2 #'s were my age. My kids love this stuff!

3. ### Break an EggSongster

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Well the last 2 number were my age. That was pretty cool.

4. ### greenfamilyfarmsBig Pippin'

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I must have done mine wrong, because mine was off by 50 years.

5. ### acid_chipmunkPolish Silkies d'Uccles O my!

Mar 29, 2010
I would do this, but I honestly don't know how many chickens I have!

6. ### HorseFeatherz NVEggink Chickens

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DH always asks "how do you know if one is missing?"

I always know - I know the chickens just don't know how many number-wise are out there.

7. ### acid_chipmunkPolish Silkies d'Uccles O my!

Mar 29, 2010
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DH always asks "how do you know if one is missing?"

I always know - I know the chickens just don't know how many number-wise are out there.

Me too! Hubby thinks it is funny that I can look and see one is missing, but I don't know how many we have.

8. ### Goose and FigGrateful Geese

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DH always asks "how do you know if one is missing?"

I always know - I know the chickens just don't know how many number-wise are out there.

Me too! Hubby thinks it is funny that I can look and see one is missing, but I don't know how many we have.

I know! Same here!
Anyway- I love the number games

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That's pretty cool - the last 2 numbers were my age!

10. ### rodriguezpoultryLangshan Lover

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You don't have to know the number of birds...any number will do.