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RE: Photos of Lady Chatsworth

She might lay more eggs. I just don't know. And every now and then we
see her sitting on her nest I'm just letting nature take its
course this year. With the twins graduating, and the possibility of
moving up north about 85% right now...I just don't have the time to take
care of baby geese. If we DO move up north, I'm taking Lady
Chatsworth..and we are going to buy her a mate (domestic).


Chris Petersen <> wrote:

I love the updates on Lady Chatsworth. I can just see her coming in from the
cold into the warm house during the winter when she needs attention! Could
she lay more eggs this year if her mate shows up? I thought the incubator
might have worked. Chicken eggs can sit out for at least a few days and
still be incubated. 

I think the ducklings were adorable. We incubated ducklings in my classroom
one year. They were cute, but so much more work then chickens! And, they
grow 3x as fast!

Chris Petersen 
Northport, Long Island, New York
Zone 7a (Average min temp 50 - 00)
My garden:

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