I am a photographer and enjoy most topics in the area of Science....especially Biology. I like experimenting with gardening as well as cooking. We have a relatively large compost bin going as well as 2 hens in the backyard and a small mealworm collection that we use as treats for them.
ok well let me know when you are ready for quail and ill let you know what i have or will have. i only have one person waiting on the buff orpingtons and have 42 eggs in the incubator so i will have some chicks to sell you. i only sell straight run chicks though (male and females) as i can not sex them til they are about a month old.
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