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Date Posted: 23:27:01 08/20/11 Sat
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Re: One hen seems to be broody
In reply to: Chris 's message, "Re: One hen seems to be broody" on 15:00:27 08/11/11 Thu

That is great, Diane! We are down to 5 buttons now. Thomas is thinking ahead to college next year, and has found a local lady who has a "farmette" with lots of birds, including buttons. She is willing to take the four Thomas is willing to give away. That leaves Uno, the first hatchling we ever had. I have agreed to take care of Uno, while Thomas is away at school, but no more! We do miss the fun of the little chicks, though.

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