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Hi Karl, I just did an Animal Roll Call over on my Sugar Mountain Farm blog. In a nutshell, the porkers out weigh everyone else put together by a factor of 17 or more. The pigs also out number the rest of us
Saw your Roll Call generated over at Sugar Mountain Farm blog and posted ours here:http://southofthegnatline.blogspot.com/2007/06/animal-roll-call.htmlFun!Have a great weekend,Harriette
chickens 2 (sad to say)runner ducks 6muscovy ducks 2dog 1cats 3budgie 1leopard gecko 1catfish ? (few left)bass ? (few left)plenty of birds, bugs, fat rabbits & well-fed coyotes...
We've got a ton o' flies...does that count? 1 dog (scruffy nosed great pyrenees, may be pregnant)1 cat (came with the house and is scared of the dog so she wanders the woods)2 goats (saanen)25 or so variety of chickens and roosters (some barred rocks, and a few special ones I haven't identified yet)1 wild pea hen60,000 honey bees
Thanks for your interest in my animal roll call. I think mine roll call will be disappointing since I'm not homesteading yet. 2 cats4 fish1 snail3 humansThat's it. We do foster kittens often so the number can be higher at times.
23 chicks (rainbow layers)5 hens2 kittens1 cat1 dogseveral bunniesmany wild pheasants in the drawfew bugs (thanks to the chickens)3 humans
http://artofproprietation.blogspot.com/2007/07/animal-roll-call.htmlHere's ours:Seven Guinea ChicksTwo Jouvenile GuineasTwo Mix Breed AusgtralorpsTwo Rhode Island RedsOne Plymouth RockThree Orpingtons (two buff, one white)Six Adult GuineasOne DogTwo CatsTwo Saanen Dairy GoatsOne babyOne WifeOne ProprietorA Cobolt ProgrammerA Marketing StudentAnd BobI admit I had to make individual distinctions to make our list longer, but, well, that's the way it is.The Proprietor
Bull 1Cows 10Calves 10Yearling calves 11Boar 1Sows 2Feeder pigs 164-H pigs 5Muscovy ducks 11?Ducklings 3?Roosters 6Laying hens 50?Horse 1Dogs 2Cats 4 + expecting kittens any day nowNo broiler chickens at the moment, 150 arriving in August
Here's my list:2 horses2 dogs3 cats12 adult guineas40 guinea keets3 adult chickens17 juvenile chickensIn pictures here:http://www.mitzenmacher.net/blog/?p=902
Here's us:2 people4 dogs8 cats?9 rabbits8 sheep45 chicks?1 rooster6 hens5 ducks2 piglets (coming this week)1 calf (coming in August)and.....thank God!! .......No goats :-)
Animals here at CRF:2 cows (Irish dexter)5 sheep (Black Welsh)2 goats (soon to have a third)3 dogs4 cats1 cockatiel13 chickens (several types)9 chicks2 guineas1 turkey (bronze?)3 ducks (pekin and runner)1 rabbit (mini rex)1 trantula1 fish (long-nose gar)4 human (mixed breeds)
I've made a post about my own animal roll call. It will appear on Sunday.
Here's mine:http://www.mackhillfarm.com/2007/07/04/animal-roll-call/Summary: what were we thinking to have so many new to us critters this year?!
Here's our roll call:Hens: 4Chicks (mutts): 3Dogs: 2Cats: 1Humans: 2But then we're on a city lot, so I don't think we're doing too bad!
Here at The Coop we have the following:6 people1 dog (soon to be 2 when we find the perfect puppy)28 cats and kittens1 Appaloosa horse2 roosters5 hens (used to be 30)2 or more fox that have decreased our chicken numbers dramatically while we on vacation. The Coop is now thinking of ways to outfox the fox!
hi! saw your role call over at sugar mountain farm. http://lifeinthelostworld.blogspot.com/here's my list:1 dad1 mom5 kids (at home)3 big ol dogs1 little ankle biter2 cats (that above named kids don't think i know about)6 californian rabbit does1 californain rabbit buck7 pilgrim geese9 cayuga ducks1 ill natured senegal parrotabout 35 welsummer pulletsabout 9 welsummer roo2 guineas1 royal palm turkeys (more eggs in the bator)6 partidge cochin chicks2 silkie chicks2 frizzled polish chicks (more hatching)lots of coturnix quaila few bobwhite and tennessee red quailaracauna eggs in the batordiamond quail in the bator10,000,000 roachespigs-next yeargoats-next year
i'm in... FUN! i put one up on my blog too! scary to count them all. you might want to add how many one can fit on an acre... LOL
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