· just a tool guy
Well, I've read that they are the closest living relative to T. rex...I really not surprised. We used 'em for tick control in Tennessee. Eggs were just an added benefit.
Yeah, I don't even like eggs. :laughing: But I never get over looking out my window and thinking "Hey, there are chickens in our yard." :laughing:Well, I've read that they are the closest living relative to T. rex...I really not surprised. We used 'em for tick control in Tennessee. Eggs were just an added benefit.
:laughing::laughing:saw my neighbor use a shovel to whack the head off of a rooster that spurred her
hey, the moles will go away if you get rid of the grubs. (saw on the other thread about grub abatement). unless they are crossing your yard to go to the neighbors on either side to get their grubs,
and you don't like eggs? at all or just as the main dish. I mean cakes and pancakes and batters and all have eggs in them.
I don't know though. I really like western (or denver, depending where you are) omelets.
I've hear the tick thing before but the last time we tried that, one of 'em pecked my brother right in the eye trying to get a tick. Figured it was easier to just deal with them ourselves. and laying on the ground long enough for the chickens to nab the ticks was a pain in the butt too.