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Jennifer Focareta
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Being a mom of 2 is the best "job"ever. Wifey, and new Boxer pup Mum!
Being a mom of 2 is the best "job"ever. Wifey, and new Boxer pup Mum!

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Can you help me identify the breed? This is a pullet. At least 13 weeks old. They were unknown breed when I got them as peeps. Thanks for any input. 
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I have a 9 week old Rhode Island Red Roo that has suddenly become listless.  He just sits in one place.  I have witnessed him eat and drink a little.  I have witnessed him go the the bathroom too.  mostly white and black poo).  I pulled him from my flock and have him wrapped in a towel for warmth and comfort.  He is staying on my front porch out the the direct weather.  What else can I do?  I do not want to take him to the vet,  just nurse him back if possible on my own.  Any suggestions or advice wanted..(

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I Got your back! Sleeping beauties! 
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4/23/14
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Love our Chickens! Enjoying this beautiful fall day! 
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Our chicken named Faith, found a new place to lay her egg... We had to move her old nest and so she being the "faithful" chicken has found and created a new nest in the bunny cage? Note the bunny is in a new home so this one was vacant.

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Please check outthe blog see pictures of our new puppy and share

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One of my EasterEggers just layed this egg. Why? And what can I do if this is a problem? 
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She got me! 
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Need help!!! Installing a new fence for miniature milker goats. Will the galvanized chain link with vinyl coating be a problem? will the goats chew the vinyl off? Is it harmful for them? Any advice welcomed! New to goat farming! 
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Just got two miniature milker goats. I am getting pen installed, but I needed to know if the vinyl coating on a chain link fence will cause a problem with the goats? Any other advice is appreciated! 
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