Utah!

Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by Naztrain, Jan 12, 2007.

  1. pawtraitart

    pawtraitart Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Anybody here need some muscovy duck hatchlings? I have 4 left from my new hatch, one male and three females here in Paul, Idaho. (Burley/Rupert area) Chocolate pied and black pied. Message me if interested. :)
     
  2. Sphinx

    Sphinx Chillin' With My Peeps

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  3. auntie hattie

    auntie hattie Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Sphinx so glad your flock is disease free! Still sorry about you losing your chicken though.

    No pips yet for me. I have all my grand kids here for the weekend so it is going to be fun having the chicks hatch. I'm glad it worked out this way with it being Labor Day . Everyone is here for the weekend. Wahoo!

    Sundancen good luck at your cat show. :)
     
  4. Cynthia12

    Cynthia12 Always Grateful Premium Member

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    I have a baby that is almost out. The little baby made it through lock down. It looks to be blue, but I see black too, it's hard to tell when they are still wet. Oh I hope this is a girl.
     
  5. La Casa de Pollo

    La Casa de Pollo Overrun With Chickens

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    Those ducks of yours are awfully cute Michelle! Hope you find a good place for them.

    CYnthia, so happy you have your baby hatching, it HAS to be a girl!

    Hattie, Sphinx, Sundancen (ED haha) good luck with your hatches, excited to see these baby pics! And good luck at the cat show Sundancen!

    Still no answer to my mystery layer. No mystery egg today or yesterday so I have not had the chance to figure it out. She will wait til we leave this weekend I am sure then let loose a whole pile of eggs. Stinker.

    I am loving all the double yolkers with the new layers. Got two more today, one from my GSL, and another from my fatface EE. The poor GSL laid one that was so round, not very oblong, she made such a fuss over it. Poor baby :rolleyes:
     
  6. auntie hattie

    auntie hattie Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Cynthia lucky! :D

    I have two pips! Long night ahead.
     
  7. SashaT

    SashaT Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Woohoo! So excited! I hope the other two pip soon :) happy hatching to everyone in lock down!
     
  8. Sphinx

    Sphinx Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Woohoo on pips, Cynthia and Hattie! I hate that I'm a little behind you guys because it always makes me stress. Did you guys both set on Friday? I set mine Saturday morning around 10am.

    Cynthia, is the olive egg the one that's almost out?

    Lisa, sorry no answer on the mystery layer.
     
  9. MoriahQuilts

    MoriahQuilts Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Red - I'm just catching up but caught your post. CONGRATULATIONS!!

    "anything you get with a bow is a TROPHY!"

    We've been in Uintahs looking for elk. Been very fun, hard hiking with lots of deadfall, I enjoy seeing the animals, no good shots yet. Congrats again!
     
  10. Cynthia12

    Cynthia12 Always Grateful Premium Member

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    My lone baby is blue. I am worried that it is a boy already, because of that nasal area. Please, someone tell me that some of their EE's that are girls, have very wide nasal areas!

    Moriah, you have been hunting? Elk! That's a fun one. Those things are huge. A lot of meat for the winter. :) I posted earlier after seeing red's deer, that we got an elk, had it on the kitchen table to process! What a job. Had a lot of family helping, and, a lot of butcher paper! This was back in the 70's, and yes, there were places near by that could have done it, in fact, right through the block behind us was a place that could have taken care of this Elk for us..we just sent some of the meat over to them to make into jerky. It was good!

    We didn't get ours in the Uintas..but did go hunting in the Uintahs to hunt with the muzzle loads. My former husband has made a few of those. They were beautiful guns. It was quite funny one trip, the men went out to hunt, I decided to stay with my Aunt that came along on this one trip with her little girl, and while we were sitting there chatting, here comes this nice sized herd of deer. We started to whisper, and giggle at the same time while they literally walked, right through our camp in front of us. We just sat still and watched. When they finally left, we started laughing out loud and talking about how fun it was going to be to tell the husbands, and they would believe us, because there were tracks all over the place! In front of where we sitting and beside us! It was too fun to tell the guys that all they really had to do was sit back in the camp chairs, with their guns, and wait. It was funny, guess you had to be there. [​IMG]

    Will get a picture of this little one later on..so you can see the big nose on it. Sure is a quiet baby after it's initial crying, where is mama cries. It just sits there, but of course, when I put my hand in, it snuggles right up. I do believe it will do well out in the nursery by tomorrow with the little birchen bantams. Those bantams are still so tiny. So cute!
     

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