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Old 07-15-2012, 03:55 PM   #1
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Since returning to Iowa from North Dakota I got me some more girls to occupy my time and as source of entertainment and eggs. My husband doesn't like where they are residing (the porch off the bedroom. Hey, at least they aren't in the house completely like usual) but mother hen needs to keep her chicks close.
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Old 07-15-2012, 04:42 PM   #2
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too cute! i remember going to the local farmer's market where we lived in ontario...always were chicks and ducklings. i brought home ducklings once and we raised them--donald and daisy---and then they had little ducklings of their own. incestuously. yikes!!
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Hi: Cindi B...Shame on you for keeping a common "birdy house". LoL
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No, no not harboring poultry! Good on you, Cyndi!

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Old 07-16-2012, 02:59 PM   #5
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i though in iowa you had to raise chickens by law?

been trying to talk my wife into a few,,,but se won't budge on it,,,oh well.
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The problem when you go camping you gotta have a "chicken sitter" to let them in and out or a big enough cage to leave them in.
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Or, just take the little cuties with you!!
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Old 07-21-2012, 09:11 AM   #8
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The problem when you go camping you gotta have a "chicken sitter" to let them in and out or a big enough cage to leave them in.
We had an old dog that used to do just that.

He would push them around the yard making sure none wandered off. Then he would bring them in for the night.
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Hi: Cindi B... Why is a chicken like a fiberglass trailer???
Because it's a "pullet".
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The babies are growing. Our 14 year old black lab has been trained to accept and not harm chickens much to her distaste. She has relegated herself to being the part of the flock.
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