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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by SeramaSweetie, Jan 13, 2009.
After a day of roofing, , I come in to check on the chicks, UGGG, they have learned how to fly up onto the feeder, then to the edge of the tub, then onto the floor. They were all over the room. So, brought in this wooden stand my dad made for my washer and dryer, so I wouldn't have to sit on the floor to fold. DH got me top load so the stand wasn't being used. Flipped it over on back porch/greenhouse and put chicken wire on top. Wala, let's see them get out of that !!!!!!! Turds
Lol! How old are the babies? You may want to rig a roost (narrow dowel or even a piece of dead fall) so they'll have something to do.
Morning all. Rain here too. I was supposed to have a friend coming to see my horse today and hopefully buy him, but that won't work too well in this rain.
If/when she does, I've decided I'll take some of that money and just freakin BUY whatever chicks I want. I'm about to call this hatch a complete wash and I'm fairly ****** about it.
I did, but it in its self helped them get out. Lol omg DH is off again today and is already driving me crazy. Woke me up at 530 to tell me it's raining REALLY ?!?!?! Then went back to sleep. He just got up again, came in and said I think it's time for your trees to go outside, then went back to bed. LOL silly
I'm sorry carcar
@carcar80 what kind of chickies are you wanting?
Thanks, just venting. I just want to know what I did! Too humid too early? Not enough in the beginning? Temperature? Turning?
A lot of my eggs appear to have quit a while back, although they continued moving for quite some time.
Anyways, I have a support group on my hatch thread, just spreading my joy here this morning too so nobody feels left out. :/
Here is the new brooder I threw together after an exhausting day of roofing. Ugg went out this morning and they are doing great!! That room is not climate controlled so they will get acclimated to outside weather pretty quick. They are three weeks old aprox.