Saturday, September 12, 2009

How to eliminate OVERCROWDING

What do you do if you have 46 eggs due to hatch in 72 hours? You go to the feedstore and get 31 ONE WEEK OLDs!

Thank GOD for Beth and James. They were so excited and anxious to get their new flock that they picked up their girls the next day!

Now everyone has room to spread their wings and FLY!


  1. haha! some of those are some funny pictures!

  2. are you going to do the swimming pool thing?

  3. yes I am.... I already have a pool and I already have chicken wire and I already have a unused JOYROOM that I can keep grandkids out of if need be.... so I think it is a good idea.

    I am going to have to separate the new hatching into two groups... I need to keep Melissa's separate as they hatch. She is the lady who loaned me the incubator. I am hoping and praying that THESE 10 buffs will be gentle and accepting of my newbies.

    I agree with you about the breed.. Buffs are NICE so I plan on putting newhatchings in pool and THEN after the newbies live there first for 3 or 4 hours, then adding the older buffs to the pool and all live harmoneously for a spell.. GOOD PLAN?


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