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Baby chicks and geese at the Health Ranger's farm
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The Health Ranger shows you his new baby chicks and geese, demonstrating nursery bedding, the use of zeolites for ammonia control, differences in egg shapes and sizes, plus his Great Pyrenees puppies "Lanka" and "Dimitri."

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Posted 7/19/2013 2:34:04 PM
Love the video, and would like to see more of them.
Posted 7/13/2013 6:16:45 AM
The first chick you picked up looked impacted. You said Rhode Island Reds are hardier as chicks. Rhode Island Reds are more aggressive/dominant, but not hardier/heathier. I tried the stock tank setup years ago, and dumped it after the first season (the idea, not the bedding). Chickens need to see out, or it negatively impacts their development/temperament. Chicks will be skittish and jumpy, and will not be friendly or good pets. See how jumpy your adult chickens are, when you try to pet their backs? They shouldn't be like that. Roosters don't like their backs petted, because of the dominance thing. All chickens like their chest petted more than their back (so don't pet their backs, unless you know they like it.) Chickens should run up to be petted, without having to throw feed down. Even if you don't want a chicken pet, it makes them easier to catch. With that setup, you'll lose chicks. Deep-litter bedding system doesn't work with chicks. They don't have the immune system for it yet.
Posted 5/11/2013 1:31:03 PM
That really long egg might be a double yolker. That happens more with organic fed chickens. They can be 4 ounces in weight.
Posted 5/10/2013 2:36:18 PM
Awwww! so cute. Another thing we do is we use water electrolytes from Agrilabs, because ironically even though we are in an ag area, we can't find a UVB lamp for the chicks, so if we don't find special reptile lamps online, we must put it in the food or water. We have found high dose vitamins will cure a lot of things in lieu of antibiotics. And we have had no losses that the local FFA usually has-sometimes when the FFA buys chicks, the cornish grow fast and often go down in the legs and quickly die. Well my theory is vitamin D deficiency. It will kill your chicks fast. I have never attempted to raise the cornish because i don't believe it is from the heritage cornish and they are known to be bred to grow fast and big- well, this time I bought two, an they are going gangbusters, and strong and robust. Not that we will make a big habit of raising them, but they are an interesting comparison. In my experience, if I feed my animals plenty of nutrient dense foods and supplements, the her
Posted 5/1/2013 4:29:13 PM
Hi Mike, Do you sell chicks?
Posted 4/1/2013 2:31:38 PM
SOOOO cute.

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