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We have spent the last few weeks handling every bird; they each are scored on weight, girth, body depth, comb, etc. I then plug is numbers and start looking at my spread sheets to decide who gets to be a breeder and who is just gets to lay eggs as a side product. We have moved all the girls to their pens and the cockerels and finally getting some action! Egg production is back to normal and we are starting to collect for OUR hatch set in January.

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The past 3 days have been spent weighing three different pens - all ages and sex. We re-zip tie as needed, handle the birds, weigh, check combs, color, keel, heart girth, back and tail angle. It takes