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#2609 - 11/08/02 02:27 PM colt in chicken barn
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Oh Lordy what a mess that is! My colt got in the chicken barn this a.m. I guess you all know what Im dion tomorrow!

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#2610 - 11/09/02 03:27 AM Re: colt in chicken barn
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colt: baby horse or colt: rifle ???

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#2611 - 11/09/02 11:43 AM Re: colt in chicken barn
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Was it a massacre, Rob? I hope for you it's not too bad. I feel sorry! Anny.

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#2612 - 11/09/02 12:26 PM Re: colt in chicken barn
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Didnt damage any mirds, just broken boards and torn wire.some hens I didnt yet mark got mixed upso will have to cull the ones I cant figure the paruntage of, or keep them and use them when I get my white ham roo.

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#2613 - 11/09/02 12:36 PM Re: colt in chicken barn
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Horse colt. Sold all my guns to finance the chicken and wine making enterprises. Cant see too good to shoot much now anyhow. My cllection did consist of several colts, mostly Ruger revolvers and big bore rifles.

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#2614 - 11/09/02 01:08 PM Re: colt in chicken barn
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I imagined a real carnage with a horse stampede in a chicken barn. Still, a lot of damage.
What kind of wine do you make?

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#2615 - 11/09/02 01:38 PM Re: colt in chicken barn
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lol i bet the colt had lots of fun though, lol they can usually find anything playfull, lol like a bottle, or a ball, maybe even a floppy chicken

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#2616 - 11/09/02 04:51 PM Re: colt in chicken barn
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Anny, we make 4types elderberry, and a couple whites and red grape varietals, all dry. A bit of port. As the other berries begin to fruit we will make blackberry, gooseberry and 3-4 varieties of currant fruit wines. Probably will experiment with some blending too. After my wifes trip to Paris , she is "into" currants; Ive always been . The chickens go for the residues of the process, Im sure they get drunk!! But I NEVER do??

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#2617 - 11/09/02 05:04 PM Re: colt in chicken barn
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The grapes are french hybrids. We purchase the juice along Lake Eries Pa. and New York coast

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#2618 - 11/11/02 03:58 AM Re: colt in chicken barn
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i was watching Descovery news the other morning and they have found a way to test if the wine is good or bad. They tested it and their results came out good, now all they had to do was test the bad wine to make sure it was bad, lol he poured some and he said it looked like Cola, lol or Coke

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