Same here, say, are you a 4-H er?I raise game chickens, like hunting, fishing, and gardening.
Same here, say, are you a 4-H er?
Do you raise those Old English types?
(King James Version Chickens.)
Blacks and Reds, Silver Duckwings and such?
I'd sure like to share a few notes with you.
I am not in 4-h, I would like to be but there is not many 4-h groups around here. I had some oegbs in my incubator, they were bbr and silver duckwings but they didn't hatch. The only kinds of games I have right now that are full grown are american games.
Ah, that's too bad.I am not in 4-h, I would like to be but there is not many 4-h groups around here.
Ah, that's too bad.
I have two girls, 12 and 14 years old.
They are both in 4-H. Good experience for them.
Plus, they tell me what they learn, I tell other people, and that way, other people think I'm smart.
I see you like to hunt. Nice land in North Carolina, did you get any deer this winter?
I'm not sure about N.C.But I ain't sure if the public schools will let me be in the FFA, since I am home schooled.
Same here. One doe will set us up for the year. I usually get a steer, two hogs, a doe, and that about does it for meat. (Plus the chickens and whatever fish we catch.)I did shoot one deer last fall. We usally try not to kill more than what we eat.