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Talina Norris-Ryder
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We thought she was a leghorn but we aren't totally sure. She lays brown eggs.

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These were silkie eggs, shipped to me. Bought on ebay. Ended up pulling the plug on these and doing an "eggtopsy". Many were scrambled, none had any vascular development when I opened them.

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USDA has created new economic opportunities in the growing market for local and regional foods. USDA supports the industry through investments in the form of production research, credit and conservation assistance, infrastructure investments that connect farmers and consumers, and strategies to increase access to healthy foods in rural and urban communities. These investments have helped the market for local food grow to an estimated $11.7 billio...
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Wow, sounds like you are doing good with him, how is he now?  We add ACV to their water, throw in some lavender twigs occasionally, give them some coconut oil about once every two months and that is really the only extras we do for them.  We have never had a problem with worms, we only have 10 sheep on about a ten acre pasture, the donkey is with them sometimes and about once a week the two sows come over to boss them around until we make them go back to their pasture.  We don't castrate, just let the males breed back and then butcher them for ourselves, leaving one male in as their protector.  Our goal is self sufficiency with as little input as possible and always praying to God for his hand of protection and provision.
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I've got a handful of ebay eggs- my first. They all seem to be duds too. Mine were all silky eggs.
FYI, hatching Americana eggs have like a 25% mortality rate due to the gene that causes them the be tufted (http://www.mypetchicken.com/backyard-chickens/chicken-help/What-breed-do-you-cross-Ameraucanas-with-to-get-H130.aspx). I did however have one blue egg from my own laying flock that ended up under a broody hen and it hatched! The chick had cheek tufts but no beard and had a rump vs being rumpless. I was surprised it hatched!

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Our broody hen hatched her first baby chick!
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Talina Norris-Ryder is a freelance writer, virtual assistant, dance teacher and choreographer who is interested in sustainable living, natural remedies, animal care/ pets, craft ideas, making things from scratch and motivational/ leadership topics.

For more on Talina visit her blog: Harvest of Daily Life (http://www.harvestofdailylife.com).

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The pool is nice, lots of natural beauty to take in at the rest of the park too. Nice playground and, hiking areas. Interesting old churches moved to the park also.
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We did a self-guided tour, the viewing & path is limited. Guides inside the cave were great. Wished we could have explored more on our own.
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Nice clean studio, great staff.
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