Chicks, Ducks and a Goose First Days Out on Pasture

12 Responses to Chicks, Ducks and a Goose First Days Out on Pasture

  1. Nice to see the flock is growing. Hope to get back up there soon to check it all out.

  2. You are having way too much fun, Jack! Thanks for sharing it with us. I hope to be getting some livestock of my own soon.

  3. awesome – we’re testing out our first urban chicks. 1 week in the brooder, so far so good.

  4. Hi Jack,
    Did your chicks come from your own stock? If yes, you must have separated hens and roosters to know the breed of each? Just curious. I really enjoyed the video. Thanks

    • Modern Survival

      Read the video notes on youtube and yes my own stock. No need to “keep em separated” I only have one rooster with the girls. So that is a known.

  5. Thanks for the update, Jack. Its always great to see how things are coming along on your land.

  6. awesome jack. so how did you incubate the chicks and geese? i’m interested in getting an incubator but unsure which route to go. still air vs fan and egg turner vs manual turning. thanks for all you do. cb75

  7. Now you can play Duck, Duck, Goose. (may have been before your time.)

    • Modern Survival

      Duck, Duck, Goose was definitely not before my time but I wonder do kids play that any more?

  8. @jack
    In New Zealand they do.
    Cheers

  9. I played Duck, Duck, Goose with my nephew and niece last summer.