- Stringy Old Chicken
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They definitely do. First thing in the morning, Hamlet is under the wild Apple tree checking for windfalls. I watched him one day, he ate all he could find and started to wander away. A couple more fell at that moment, and they'd hardly touched the ground before he had them. And, he's welcome to them, our apples are all small and very wormy this year. Cows and goats love them too. Richard took the tractor out and used the bucket to give the tree a shake, and suddenly there was a feeding frenzy lol
- Fuzzy Dinosaur Stage
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we have a few cull potatoes from our big crop this year, no way we can eat ALL those before they spoil, so I cook a 5 quart pot morning and night, and feed to my chickens and Juliana pigs. Even our cats steal a few!
- Poultry Guru - chick level
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- Location: Brockville
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Fed some left over mashed potato tonight and there was just about a food fight!
Beltsville Small White turkeys.
Trio of Blue Columbian Wyandottes
Mutt chickens for eggs
RIP Lucky the Very Brave Splash Wyandotte rooster.
RIP little Muppet the rescue cat.
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