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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by seminolewind, Jan 6, 2008.
Count me out, mine are all young.
Bantymum has a nearly 20 year old chicken
Quote:wow, chickens live that long?
My oldest is going on 5.
my friend had clemantine for 13 years she was a white rock and died by racoon she was hatched before I was born.
my oldest just died.... a cow stepped on her..
poor old girl.
she lived thru..
a fox attack.
3 skunk attacks
a bobcat attack
several neighborhood dogs..
she was like 9
OK, I'm sure that wasn't meant to be funny....but was her name Lucky? My God....how Horrible! Poor thing.
Mine oldest isn't even a year yet....Caroline will live to be like 19 is my guess...hope to see you all in 18 yrs to see if I'm right
it was kinda funny,,, in a sad way..
I have too old gals. One hen (SL Wyandotte in my avatar) will be 10 this spring and the other (EE) is at least that age, possibly a year or two older. They live in the "retirement" room in my coop where they go about their business without being bothered by the younger birds. The SL hen, named Lotty after the gossipy old lady who lives down the road because she is always clucking, actually laid an egg two days ago when it was ten below.... what a hen! She really only lays once in a while though while Judy, the EE lays regularly in the spring.