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Have been looking on line and came across advice for children who have Croup. Andrew my son had croup from a very early age and it lasted for about 7 years. I was told to put him in the bathroom with plenty of steam, use a Coaltar vapouriser that literally stunk the whole house out and not to let hi...
I had mine two weeks ago when I went to doctors for blood test, but must admit I am not an avid fan of vaccines of any sort, especially the live ones. As the flu jab is a dead vaccine I said yes, but still very much on the fence.
I have been watching this programme and saw the original one some years ago. I think it is pretty good. I too have all the books, Spreckly. I took some of them in hospital when I needed a major operation years ago and because I was laughing soooo much I burst some stitches which I remember was very ...
I tell you that Mollie our beautiful ginger cat has peacefully passed over to Rainbow Bridge. She would have been 20 years old the beginning of next month and had ongoing problems that we always were able to manage for her to give her a good quality of life. However over the past few weeks we were u...
I was talking to someone on the phone after posting my two penny worth and she is adamant that there will be compulsory vaccine for this virus and with that will go chips under the skin and we will be blissfully unaware. I can understand where this thought could have come from, but not too sure as y...
I personally do not think it is all about control tbh. Since time began there have been those in control and those not in control. We have and always will have leaders, whether those leaders are for their own gain or for mass gain is another topic. If people choose to believe 'everything' they read ...
My mixed breed ladies were between 16 and 20 weeks when I got them and they started to lay within about four weeks, if I remember correct.
I believe there is no normal anymore, prepare for the worst and hope for the best and help anyone you can along the way if you can, but be realistic.
I really feel for the ones that are starting out in life because it is going to be one heck of a rocky road from hereon in. Just my opinion.
I seem to remember Monty Roberts from Gardeners World staking them with rather large stakes, but they were outside. His thoughts if I remember correctly was that you could grow more in a smaller space going upwards instead of outwards. Sorry not much help as I grow mine outside and just let them do ...
I remember that if the grass is long and damp along the bottom of the fence it can short it and you lose charge. That has reminded me of an 18.2hh Shire Horse named Jack that Clare had and he always knew when the battery was near its end and used to push through the cable, never went far, just to t...
How is Pat getting on? Mollie has been to back to the vets as her cough has returned and is not asthma this time, so not sure what is going down. We stopped the Metacam because if she needed a stereo injection she could not have had it unless she had been off it for 48 hours. Her coughing has stoppe...
My chickens would have been in the next county had we not put a lid on the run. Remember it not only keeps chickens in, but helps keep unwanted foxes etc and you can cover with tarpaulin should there be another bird flu outbreak, so win, win in my opinion.
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