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Chick No3RSS feed

Posted: Wednesday 25 April, 2007

by Rosemary at 10:47pm in Poultry 6 comments Add your own

Sorry, but you might get bored with the minute by minute updates but bear with me until the novelty wears off. Once you see the pics, you'll be as hooked as me.

Chick 3 is now completely detached from the egg, has perked up and is now in the brooder with his /her two half-siblings. Unlike humans, I know who the father is but not the mothers! All three look exactly the same. I hope they're girls, so they can join the flock

Nothing from 4 and 5 yet, but my book says to give them three days past the 21st day, so there's time yet.

Comments

carl

Thursday 26 April, 2007 at 9:45am

great news, I'm so pleased for you.

claire

Thursday 26 April, 2007 at 10:34am

they must be lovely, have Cass and Felix voiced an opinion about them yet?

Alan

Thursday 26 April, 2007 at 2:46pm

Hooray!

Wheres Dan these days by the way? Not that we dont enjoy your posts Rosemary, but when you guys share the duties you blend nicely.

Lisa

Thursday 26 April, 2007 at 3:07pm

Fantastic news, well done! Pictures soon please! We've got a broody hen sat on 10 hens eggs and another hen on 11 duck eggs so fingers crossed!

L x

Rosemary

Thursday 26 April, 2007 at 10:40pm

Thanks for everyone's best wishes. Cass and Felix have not been invited to make any comment - Cass would see them as chicken pops and eat then in a jiff. I don't know what Felix would do - probably kill hem by accident.

As you see, Alan, Dan's back. He's been working very hard on his new business and his new site revish.com, but he'll still drop in from time to time.

Dan

Thursday 26 April, 2007 at 10:47pm

@Alan: Did you think Rosemary had done a Jordache?! I'll be back with a vengeance soon, it's been a bit hectic lately with work and other things.

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