Discussion in 'Photography Forum' started by seabass, Apr 21, 2011.
Got these little fellows in last week so seems like the fishing will go on the
Thats a helluva a set up seabass, there must be hundreds of pheasants there in total.
Yes a few more than hundreds it,s more like thousands
Ok Seabass thanks. I noticed the woodland in the background, Do you get much trouble from Vermin predation apart from the 2 legged ones lol.
dont you ever see foxes or anything trying to get it ?
A little over one week old now.
As for fox,es we tend to keep on top of them, but the two legged ones can
be a problem but always someone there 24/7.
2 legged ones ? what are them :laugh:
Are they on steroids seabass ? lol they have shot up in a week.
Hey up langy
Two legged ones are those thieving barstewards.
Aright i see :happy:
Coming on nicely now at two week old.
they are little belters, coming on really well arn't they
nice neat setup youve got seabass. weve got our first hatch this tuesday looking forward to it providing the old hexamita keeps its head down this season,fingers crossed!
the only thing is the little buggers dont half take up some fishing time! :laugh:
Do you hatch your own or buy them in.
As for the old hexameter you should not get it if you are on
the ball with enteritis.
Give me a pm if you want to known more.
A few photo,s that were taken a couple of years ago, but it should give you an idea of our setup.
That is one helluva a set up seabass, I can see my "Hundreds" comment earlier was really well short of the mark, nice one.
you are absolutely right there sea bass!, we have problems getting anti biotics because the powers that be do not like spending money at the vets! they dont always realise that its ahelluva lot cheaper in the long run.
as you will know if you wait till you are losing birds its to late! jump on it in the bubbly poo stage! :yes:
we rear most of our own pheasants but have to buy in partridge poults we dont have enough gear or staff to rear the partridge aswell.
Interesting, a lot of work for some Cod Feathers. :wink:
Looking forward to seeing the birds at their different ages.
What is the sex ratio, or are they all cocks ?
They are usually a 50 50 ratio.
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