Chit chat with pics..

Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by timmy59, Jul 12, 2020.

  1. timmy59

    timmy59 New Member

    New guy here, 60 years old.. New pup was the cause of the joining here.. While I'm here I'll deposit some pictures.. Pygmy rattler that met the weed eater and didn't fare well.. The garden is kickin tail and keeping the wife very busy.. Oh the garden food is SO good.. 20200709_194529.jpg 20200709_210042.jpg
     
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  2. timmy59

    timmy59 New Member

    We worked our tail off the last weekend of June and processed 64 chickens.. 60 parted out and 4 put up whole.. 2 Bullsnakes that were copulating in my path and of course I interrupted they're good time.. 20200628_122029.jpg 20200628_122029.jpg Resized_20200531_105821.jpeg
     
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  3. timmy59

    timmy59 New Member

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    Lowline angus calf birth..
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    Looks more like a peanut then an egg..
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    Our male Boerboel shortly before passing at the age of 12.
     
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  4. timmy59

    timmy59 New Member

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    Grand daughter getting started on the 50 yd berm.. 5 berms going out to 150 yds we have a backyard that is a shooters dream.. 20190816_141345.jpg
    Same grand daughter years earlier with our female boerboel..
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  5. Boxergirl

    Boxergirl Well-Known Member

    Welcome! Great pics! I'd love to see more of your new pup.
     
  6. Jakesmum

    Jakesmum Well-Known Member

    Great pictures, other than the snakes (yikes, glad I don't live there)! Nothing better than fresh garden vegetables, farm fresh eggs and chickens! That is our dream to one day move out of the city and have our own chickens.
     
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  7. timmy59

    timmy59 New Member

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    Everyone likes pictures and it backs up ones mouth, here's the new pup and recent pics.. New pup was purchased at 5 weeks and a couple days.. She was a mess, likely less then 3 pounds.. $400 and the woman had just wormed her and most likely flea bathed her too.. So I left with her pooping worms and additionally poisioned with exterior pesticide.. We worried our tail off with bloody diarrhea and diarrhea that continued for days.. Well She's on track now weighing in at 8 lbs at just over 8 weeks.. What a scare it was, nuff chit chat here's some recent pics..
     
  8. timmy59

    timmy59 New Member

    No Idea why her pic went sideways, I post more as she grows.. PLEASE feel free judge her, I'm no snowflake and would like to hear how we did on our 1st cane.. 20200728_203445.jpg Resized_20200729_174140.jpeg
    Green acres is the place to be, farm living is the life for me.. Our pup says she never wants to see the city again... Especially in this day of age..
     
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  9. Bailey's Mom

    Bailey's Mom Super Moderator Staff Member

    So damn cute! Keep those pics coming. You have a good eye and the scenery is to envy. Ah, but...well, my green acres day are far behind me...too much hard work for this old girl.
     
  10. Boxergirl

    Boxergirl Well-Known Member

    Oh boy. Five weeks. Okay. So you're no snowflake and I'll be honest with you. She left her mom way too early. Many pups that leave that early end up with issues because they didn't learn important things from mom and littermates. I know. My Ella was a foster fail at that same age. Covered in fleas, all four pads burned, and just a mess. I understand why you took her early. If you have access to any family or friends with rock solid, well adjusted adult dogs that you feel safe visiting with everything that's going on then take advantage of it. She would greatly benefit from being around well adjusted, friendly adult dogs.

    If that's a recent picture, maybe have her checked for worms again. Her belly looks possibly wormy to me, but it could just be the angle. She's a cutey and I hope you post a lot of pictures as she grows.
     

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