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I don't know acceptible to others this would be, but I just introduced a RIR poult to my flock and found one of my older poults in my flock immediatelay started "beating her up". The youger spent the…Continue

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76 year old retiree. Grew up on large farm in Michigan. Still love the soil and animals.

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Does any one have ducks, geese, goats, sheep or other small animals that they would like to share at at a Vacation Bible School.  We want to display them during a week long evening event beginning ne…

Does any one have ducks, geese, goats, sheep or other small animals that they would like to share at at a Vacation Bible School.  We want to display them during a week long evening event beginning next Tuesday  evening May 28th.  Our Church is located in Glendale (43 Ave and Glendale).   We have a safe display area under cover attached to our…

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At 9:42am on June 5, 2012, Nick Mayes said…
Not sure I just have the humming bird feeder over the aquaponics barell so it just goes straight into the system. So I'm not exactly sure how long it would take to fill a gallon bucket. Maybe I will set up another one to find out. I also have a bat house that I use the guano from to add to my compost pile.
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