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April 2012 Vol. 2

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April 2012
Vol. 2

That happened back in February and since then she has been doing great, producing just about 1 egg every-day. I read that a possible cause for egg binding in backyard hens is dehydration; other causes such as poor diet, genetics, and lack of calcium are more common in "wild" flocks. I'm just happy that our "girl" is doing better! Thanks for keeping this awesome newsletter going! The Hromas Family, York, Nebraska

Sunnie : Hi Gina, I have some nice pictures of my girls that I'd like to share: my dog dug a hole looking for a gopher, then the girls came over to eat the worms! My dog is a bullmastiff and has been with these chickens since they were two days old.

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