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Chicks all tucked in
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KellyGa    Posted 03-18-2004 at 20:31:20       [Reply]  [No Email]
I let the little ones out in their run for the day, all nice and safe. They have half grass half sand, and really love to dust themselves.

This evening I went out, put down fresh pine shavings on the house floor, fresh water and food, clipped a heat lamp on the window, pointed down towards the floor.

Just peeked in on them when I took the dog out to go potty. They are all snuggled together in the fresh pine shavings under the heat lamp. They are gonna be just fine. I do love those chickens.

This is their first night outside. They seem to be pretty happy to be out of the brooder. I do miss them being in the house, perching on the side of the brooder, just waiting for me to come by and give them a little pet. Oh well, they are getting on up there now, got to let them go, got to get ready for the next five babies coming in a week and a half. :)


SusanMo    Posted 03-19-2004 at 06:00:23       [Reply]  [No Email]
awww kelly arent the little babies wonderful! mine are getting bigger and bigger i think its about time to get some more baby chicks im looking at araucanas now. we got our 34 rabbits home yesterday lots of babys in those also we had one set that was only a week old so we left them with the man we bought them from for at least another week dont want mama to get to nervous in the move and kill them. our nanny goat is getting bigger she looks like she could pop any day poor thing and then we have the two baby pygmys we got with the mama there soooo funny to watch and we now have 3 baby emus which i know nothing about lol one has a bum leg so if any of you out there know anything about them will the leg get better or will it always be lame by that i mean instead of sticking out straight the left leg turns out to the left. we have it in the house by itself the other two were picking on it i just wish it would quit raining long enough to get my garden plowed up my fingers are itching worse than if they had poison ivy on em lolol HAPPY FRIDAY EVERYONE!


KellyGa    Posted 03-19-2004 at 11:10:44       [Reply]  [No Email]
I would put a brace or splint or something to straighten the leg up as it grows. Sounds like you have your hands full. :) I want to plant badly myself!


Juliana    Posted 03-18-2004 at 21:06:48       [Reply]  [No Email]
Where are the pics? I'd love to see it.


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