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Nubian Goats & Rhode Island Reds
Mon Feb 13, 2012 7:46 pm
I am tickled with how my Rooster is coming along ,he is a beaut. I picked him up in Limerick Pa. over by the nuclear power plant I used to work in. He was in a yard with a much larger bird that was picking his tail feathers and they were separated from the hens, he was about a yr old and I was putting him in with ten ,five and a half month old hens. when I got him home I explained to him that when I put him in with the hens the next day he was going to think he'd died and went to heaven. Looks pretty happy to me
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No problem. I love the goats and red's. I had a Rhode Island Red as a pet chicken on my grandfathers farm, years ago (I was about 6 years old). The next summer I went back to the farm I immediately asked where "Red" was and my grandfather said "Oh him, he was delicious." He could be cruel in a funny way.
I think it's a noble contribution to society.... When I was biking around Ireland I talked to a lady that seemed to proud of her birds, she was most excited that I was from RI and knew they were RI reds.
The memorial isn't a statue, but a bronze plaque on a chunk of a typical field crop for the area. Obviously outside your range Ed?? Very close to Gray's grist mill. If I had to guess, I would say it's a Ford tractor on the trailer in the second picture. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhode_Island_Red_Monument
Looks like a Ford. Not totally outside my range. Been to Gray's mill, a couple of times. They wanted me to grow Rhode Island flint corn for them. I said I didn't think it would grow in Massachusetts! Ed
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Re: Nubian Goats & Rhode Island Reds
Thu Feb 16, 2012 2:49 pm
"Only in Rhode Island! A statue of a chicken! Ed"
Actually in Gainesville Georgia they have a chicken statue. Someone years ago proclaimed Gainesville as the broiler capital of the world so they erected a large statue with a rooster on top. I'm not sure Gainesville is still the broiler capital but they do still produce a lot of chickens. It was against the law at one time to eat chicken in Gainesville with a fork.(I've heard that all my life but I'm not sure it's true.) Roy