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 on: February 03, 2017, 03:08:42 PM 
Started by ClearcreekGamebirds - Last post by ClearcreekGamebirds
Just joined hailing near Vancouver BC. Been growing cots for a while, stepping up to Bobs now. Noticed not a lot of activity last couple years but theres are a lot of sections full of threads to search through. Cheers!

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 on: September 10, 2016, 12:10:07 PM 
Started by Brenda - Last post by Brenda
Any thoughts on the sudden death of 3 yr. old seemingly very healthy Mountain Quail? Was crowing all day, eating, drinking and tending his harem as usual. Went to feed in the late afternoon, he was laying on his side dead. No chemicals, predators or anything out of the ordinary seems to be involved. Other birds are fine.

Thank you!
Brenda

 3 
 on: August 20, 2016, 12:24:58 AM 
Started by Pheasant Hollow Farm - Last post by CharlieHorse
I'm still alive.   w1

 4 
 on: May 24, 2016, 09:30:09 AM 
Started by Brenda - Last post by Brenda
Thank you Steve for the reply. I appreciate it. That's what I needed to know!

Brenda

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 on: May 24, 2016, 05:16:30 AM 
Started by Brenda - Last post by Pheasant Hollow Farm
I have a small flock of Mountain and Coturnix quail, (less than 30) Do I need to be NPIP to sell eggs for incubation? These are not eggs that will be consumed. I am thinking it would be much less hassle to have the birds tested for Pullorum Typhoid and Avian Flu.

Thanks!
Brenda

The only time you have to have NPIP/AI certificates is when you sell out of your state of Washington. If I were to order eggs from you, and since I am from WV, I would have to have an importation permit from my State DNR. I would need a copy of your NPIP and a certificate stating that your birds and eggs are clean. Most states if not all require this certificate.

I would think that your state, assuming that you are a state licensed game farm bird breeder, would have inform you of these proceedings that you seek.

Steve
Pheasant Hollow Farm

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 on: May 22, 2016, 10:38:20 AM 
Started by Brenda - Last post by Brenda
I have a small flock of Mountain and Coturnix quail, (less than 30) Do I need to be NPIP to sell eggs for incubation? These are not eggs that will be consumed. I am thinking it would be much less hassle to have the birds tested for Pullorum Typhoid and Avian Flu.

Thanks!
Brenda

 7 
 on: May 13, 2016, 07:57:02 AM 
Started by Pheasant Hollow Farm - Last post by Reeves
Lots of (gas) mig welding to do yet.
All seams are getting welded. All rust cut out & replaced with new metal.
Going to install sub frames & big tubs.
Lots more......


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 on: May 13, 2016, 07:32:26 AM 
Started by Pheasant Hollow Farm - Last post by Reeves
About 15 - 18 years ago I got some nasty Flu. Blood o2 got down to about 56% and was getting tunnel vision.
Went to the Hospital & they freaked, cause when that happens the heart likes to protest by quitting.
Nine others in there with the same Flu at the time.
Couldn't breath. Spent 3 days in there & ended up with lung damage from it.

Only time it slows me down now is when there is lots of smoke.
Dusty conditions like a few days ago - high winds & dry conditions + farmers had just planted their fields. Dust was like fog , at times couldn't see 20 yards.

Or when I mig weld too much  :grin:

Four different drugs to inhale keep me going.

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 on: May 13, 2016, 05:33:05 AM 
Started by Pheasant Hollow Farm - Last post by Pheasant Hollow Farm
Worked this past winter up near there. From what I could tell from fire maps, the pipe line we put in was within the southern burn area , by Anzac. Including the work camp.
I left near the end of March though.

Clean up was supposed to be this summer. I will not be going. Bad lungs.

Sorry to hear about the bad lungs. Is this work related?

Steve

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 on: May 12, 2016, 07:01:58 AM 
Started by Pheasant Hollow Farm - Last post by Reeves
Worked this past winter up near there. From what I could tell from fire maps, the pipe line we put in was within the southern burn area , by Anzac. Including the work camp.
I left near the end of March though.

Clean up was supposed to be this summer. I will not be going. Bad lungs.

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