Search found 321 matches
Well far be it for me to be Drinkist because I love tea aswell. Tea, coffee, chocolate - all good. But I do find all those herbal concoctions pretty foul but appreciate that some folk enjoy them. Never tried Horlicks because I associate it with people in psychogeriatric units! On that theme I have a...
I wasn’t trying to be funny, just reassuring tweetiepie that even the idea is not perverted (between consenting adults).
You never seemed to me to be a hot chocolate kind of guy, bigjim. More Caribbean coffee maybe!
Ditto. Invariably when I go down to collect eggs the eggs in each hen house are all in the same nest boxes. I’ve never found them “cohabiting” but assume that the sight of one egg induces the others to lay in the same place. PS I don’t think there’s anything perverted about threesomes. Never done it...
- Mon Sep 10, 2018 1:46 pm
- Forum: Incubating, Hatching, Rearing Chicks & Growers
- Topic: concerns around Broody
- Replies: 9
- Views: 107
Very unusual behaviour and I’m sure quite stressful for you too. I have not used broodies for years (perhaps twenty) and only have limited experience of them (for rearing chickens). This kind of behaviour sounds very unusual and for your part I’d not risk returning the chicks to her. However rearing...
What a good thing you don't live in New Zealand! https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/aug/30/paw-outcome-new-zealand-council-proposes-banning-all-cats Sad but necessary. They tried to do it here but more draconian ie. men with guns at a time when all pet owners would be instructed to keep ...
Me! No, I’m balder.
And yes, not only the Clun Forest but another breed called the Shropshire. Back in the day when the wool trade was flourishing you’re part of the world was very important.