FireTamer wrote:Payment Sent...I also included funds for a Go-To Stove(yes I needed another one) and 3 Venom Super stoves.
I like the patina after the first burn or two, but unfortunately it's not much protection from rust. So yes we eventually end up painting them.
FireTamer wrote:Strictly a hobby. It can seem like a commercial endeavor sometimes..lol. Especially in the springtime. For the past few years I've been partnering/working with other folks to try and bring back the Heritage Rhode Island Reds. Not the stock that you get from the hatcheries these days. The quality stock is getting harder and harder to find and maintain. I will be winding my part down over the next couple of years and turn it over to someone else. I will probably still hatch eggs for others though. I have very good hatch rates(95% to 100% of all fertile eggs)and can hatch up to 600 at the time. With my health problems and feed prices going through the roof, it's just not as enjoyable as it used to be. I've had birds though for over 40yrs, so I guess you could really call it a lifestyle.
Sorry, the only thing I know about turkeys is how good they are after a trip into the smoker for a few hours.
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