Dinosaw, yeah, maybe, they were cagey about the specific breeding. But I think also different lineages will have some variation - and I'd hope that a reputable dealer would know about their birds and how they act. Early hostilities yelled across the garden have subsided...
Hi Rick, and welcome from me, too. I expect the eggs will gradually get bigger as the girls get more used to the job. They sound lovely.
1st you gotta check where the water is coming from. did you contact any drainage professional for this?
Between June and July, there are lots of young fox cubs learning how to hunt and during this time, they are testing my electric fence, on the look out for a cheeky chicken snack!
This month, I am extremely pleased to welcome Jeremy Hobson to our blog. Jeremy is the author of numerous poultry books and magazine articles about poultry keeping which have taught me so much over the years.Although Jeremy may be no spring chicken himself, (Jeremy's words not mine...!) here he suggests some ways of preparing for and ensuring healthy, early, chicks from your breeding stock.
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