YO GEORGIANS! :)

Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by SeramaSweetie, Jan 13, 2009.

  1. carcar80

    carcar80 Overrun With Chickens

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    :lau
     
  2. mrsdszoo

    mrsdszoo Chillin' With My Peeps

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    ...and now he's got issues "pulling the trigger" {snicker}.
     
  3. mrsdszoo

    mrsdszoo Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Great! Now look at that...and i try so hard to stay neutral :p.
     
  4. RoboDuck

    RoboDuck Chillin' With My Peeps

    If we can get Mrs. Zoo to stop being mean for just a second....

    carcar who is your source for those gorgeous birds?
     
  5. GAMarans

    GAMarans Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Zoo, please feel free to continue to harass Robo. I can always use some back-up.
     
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  6. mrsdszoo

    mrsdszoo Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Oh god...tears of laughter...and me with no smiley functions! LOL
     
  7. abmaddox1981

    abmaddox1981 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We are in the Taurus. And I swear, they had almost 100 dozen eggs to sell. And biddies? Dear god. It's like a garage sale at a hatchery. They JUST started cage animals. I must get some Rex bunnies too. I don't know where he thinks we're putting these critters.
     
  8. ChristyinGA

    ChristyinGA Chillin' With My Peeps

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    @LTygress - How scary! So glad you are safe!! I wonder if they failed to reattached your brake line properly on Thursday?

    @mrsdszoo - I am hoping to make it down there either Tuesday or Wednesday. Do either of those work for you?

    I came home this evening to find two chicks had mostly zipped and gotten stuck. Since I lost a fully zipped chick overnight, I pulled these guys out and assisted. One of them had a membrane that looked like an onion skin - yellow and dry. No blood vessels and their yolks were absorbed. I removed them quite quickly and they are now warming up in the incubator. I hope they make it. If they don't, I know they would have died in the shell...

    I have 7 eggs still in there that have not pipped. Today is day 22. I'm thinking about taking all the gunk/shells out and moving those 7 to where I can watch them in the window for pipping. I considered putting a hole in the aircell, but I think if they are alive, they'll just dry out, too. Humidity keeps falling into the 50's, although it's 70 right now.

    I have had ONE Welsummer hatch. I was really hoping for at least a pair out of my 4 eggs that made it to lockdown. *sigh* Looking at wing feathers, this one may be a boy. But it's not completely dry/fluffy yet.

    I'm still a little shaky from having to assist. I had planned to NOT do that on my first hatch, but I had no choice. Wish I hadn't lost the legbar last night :(
     
  9. mrsdszoo

    mrsdszoo Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Aim for a nice broken buck on the small side with short-ish ears (their standard is for animals smaller than what most people actually have, and if they have two, get me one, lol). And I wasn't kidding, I'll pay you back for any Velveteen Lops you can wrangle -within reason, of course. They might fit in the glove compartment ;). This should really be documented with a photo -your farm auction clown car!
     
  10. mrsdszoo

    mrsdszoo Chillin' With My Peeps

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    oh, and if they have nice cages, all the better, HAhaha!
     

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