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We'd booked a re-homing in April but we've been informed that it's been cancelled by the farmer. Don't want to think about what will happen to those girls now The email also advised about the surge in chicken keeping but also warns about keeping your girls safe as apparently some have been going 'mi...
Very excited Just reserved 6 caged hens for the next local re homing on 25th April Hopefully it will be a bit warmer and dryer by then and it gives us time to prepare the quarters - stock the minibar and spring clean
We've been really lucky. We're in North Shropshire so the worst has been further south from us. The fields are under water and our lane has been flooded on and off but thankfully it isn't near the house. The girls run is a mud bath though, we keep trying to dig it over (which they love) to get rid o...
We watched the first series and really enjoyed it too. Very tense in some places A really good insight to what they have to endure. Looking forward to starting on series 2
Ahhh, you are good Sandy. We've been keeping chickens since 2012 now but never re homed mainly due to not having the facilities to keep them separate from the other girls and the time really to spend with these fragile girls but we've now decided the time is right and have registered with a local re...
Yes me too You wouldn't think they'd axe it as it's so popular. I love it too and there was a picture on Googlie the other day showing the original cast, they looked really old fashioned even compared to the 1960's episodes that are on now.
Its' hard to tell Gwen as he doesn't do it on every walk just when the mood takes him. Sometimes he'll stop and if you turn the other way he's go willingly, it's when he stops and you just can't get him to move in any direction that it's a pain He looks up you with his adoring big brown eyes like he...
The ferret litter comment was very interesting as I'd never heard of that. We were plagued with rats last winter and caught quite a few in the cage traps we bought (there are always more around than you think). We also bought a rat proof feeder which is great but if you take the food in then they ar...
Hi Gwen, yes I put some posters up yesterday and also my friend put it on FB(I'm not on it) and a lady came back to say it looks like her neighbours cat who moved a couple of months ago not too far from us so that sounds quite likely. She said it was very friendly and would go into other people's ho...
Forgot to post my experience last Friday when I 'tried' to give the girls some sardines Took out a tin of sardines in two small bowls, I left them outside while I went in to poo a scoop. When I went out to get them there was a very satisfied looking cat with a big grin on it's face and no sardines E...
I totally agree Cheshire Chick. This forum has been lifeline since we started to keep these lovely girls Ruby's still up and down, not good first thing and then running for the corn a bit later
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