Thank you for the welcome. Happy to discuss geothermal with you at any time.Welcome. I raise turkeys and chickens. I like turkeys a lot better than chickens. Interested in learning about geo thermal heating.
When you say you raise CornishX - do you buy chicks or are you getting fertile eggs to raise? I've heard that the genetics that have developed to make them grow so meaty shortens their life and makes mating near impossible. I'm hoping to find a way to never have to buy a chick ever again. That's why I'll be testing rangers, cornishX and American bresse flocks to see if I can get them to self sustaining to feed us.Welcome from Texas. We have chickens for meat and eggs. We raise Cornish cross in the spring. We have a customer that buys 20, cut up and vacuum sealed. Then we have plenty for us and our daughters family too. We have 4 horses, 4 dogs and hair sheep. We garden, I can veggies and chicken.
I get where you are coming from. I never had cancer or any other illness. I don’t want any, either. Congratulations on being a survivor, sounds like you’ve been to hell and back. A healthy lifestyle is the way to go! What kinds of fish do you like? What kind are you looking to raise?
Welcome, glad to have you here. Sounds to me that you have a great start on becoming more SS!
Yes... I can not free range my turkeys because of the population of wild turkeys. I have them behind a fence covered with bird netting.Thank you for the welcome. Happy to discuss geothermal with you at any time.
Question on turkeys - we have have a ton of wild turkey in the area (and a very short and restricted hunting period) - will I have issues with wild turkey interfering with my turkey flock?