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Luvachicken last won the day on August 13

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About Luvachicken

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  • Birthday 02/11/1969

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  1. Luvachicken

    Holiday season, tourists and so on

    It's not just parents that are penalised for the holidays at peak times. Both my children are travelling, but I work in a school, so have no choice but to go on holiday when it is most expensive. Some places are quieter than others, but if I could afford it every year, I would go to the Maldives - small islands where only a certain amount of people can fit into the bungalows, therefore no overcrowding, and always space on the beach. If only it wasn't so far away.......
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    Pekin acting broody since Easter

    Difficult to know what to suggest, she sounds very determined. I guess you can only keep putting food and water near her and maybe remind her, if you have time, that the food and water is there.
  3. Luvachicken

    **Thread of little facts & things**....3

    I love those photos Cat tails 😊 The cow is so beautiful. The beetle is so black and shiny and I don't know how you caught the butterfly, as like bees, they just don't keep still.
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    **Thread of little facts & things**....3

    Well, I got myself a new toy yesterday and this is one of the first shots I did So thank you patsylabrador for showing us some great pictures in the first place. I used my gift voucher that the parents of my class gave me for the end of term and quite a bit of extra money to get my new camera. Very happy with it so far.
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    Rescues refusing to home to Omlet hutches

    Couldn't you tell them you have a wooden house for the rabbits or guinea pigs ? How would they know, do they come and check up on you ? Seems a bit mean to me when you are offering them a home.
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    Top of eglu ripped off overnight

    I am so sorry that you lost your ducks. I know badgers can be very strong but not much else about them.
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    Omlet walk in runs

    Mine is 10 and a half years old now and looks as good as it did when it first arrived. The only thing that is disappointing is the fact we had to cover it in fine wire mesh to stop the rat getting in.
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    That's what I do too if I can. By the time it is back on the bed and slept in, it shows me that ironing is a waste of time. And since having had 2 frozen shoulders I now do limited ironing. I only iron the front of T-shirts and not much else. My mum irons everything including socks - life is too short for that
  9. Wow, not sure how I missed this in the first place, but your set up looks fab. If I converted my greenhouse they wouldn't have enough space - it is only 4 growbags big.
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    Wasp sting

    I'm glad she is well again. Hopefully she will run away from wasps in the future.
  11. I'm sorry you live near such a horrible man.
  12. Thank goodness for that. Thanks Cat tails x
  13. There wasn't any water in the bird bath as it had been bone dry for a good few days. Anyway, whatever worms they were, they did make me feel very squeamish. I just wanted to check, that although I did wash my hands well, could I ingest one of the worms and be infected ? I worried I didn't wash my hands enough.
  14. I have one of the Omlet auto doors and it has been one of the best things I've bought. We tested it on a satsuma and it worked perfectly, opening straight back up as soon as it touches it. Mine is set to open at 5.10am and closes at 11.30pm at the moment. I will change it in the winter. If you go away it does say to leave it open just in case it does happen to fail. Mine hasn't had any problems so far and I've had it since February.
  15. I had let my bird bath go dry along with a poop that was in it. Yesterday, I cleaned the bird bath out and picked up the very dry poop. It wasn't as dry on the bottom as it was on the top and as I took it away there were lots of wriggly pinky red worms under it. They were disgusting. Or could they have been teeny weeny maggots ? They were swiftly dispatched with water / drowning. Is this how chickens get worms, by eating the grass where a wild bird has pooped and ingesting the worms ? My girls have never been outside of their run and I have never seen any worms in their poop. I think I would be sick if I saw that in any kind of poop from my girls.