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Summer cleaning

July 13, 2013

On July 1, every year people who raise pheasants and other game birds, all over the world, must begin summer cleaning of the brooder....

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GysgtUSMC

Jul-13-13 6:22 AM

Huh?

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CaveFelem

Jul-13-13 6:56 AM

I wasn't aware there were so many pheasant brooders in the area that need reminding about good brooder hygiene.

As an aside, my neighbor raised pheasants a few years ago. They are very pretty up close. I have a neat picture of one that followed me around for a bit.

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Premier

Jul-13-13 7:04 AM

This LTE is another example of the wealth of meaningless information one can find in our local Newspaper.

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CMReeder

Jul-13-13 7:37 AM

I don't think someone who has brooders of pheasants or other game birds will find it meaningless.

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Premier

Jul-13-13 8:13 AM

Mr. Reeder with all due dis-respect, I would use what you seem to lack {common sense} and hazard a guess that anyone who raises Pheasants would already know this.

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eriklatranyi

Jul-13-13 8:34 AM

To me, this sounds like the author is saying that only he knows how to care for brood pheasants and everyone else is stupid.

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CMReeder

Jul-13-13 8:56 AM

With all disrespect Premier, not if you are new to it and had never raise any birds at all.

Eric, it takes a know it all to know one.

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Premier

Jul-13-13 9:01 AM

Mr. Reeder, the "common sense" thing coming into play again, if I were contemplating raising a game bird I would do research on the subject so as to not hazard a guess as to what I am doing.

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enigma

Jul-13-13 1:00 PM

So, that's why all my brooder pheasants keep dying. Gee Thanks.

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CMReeder

Jul-13-13 2:29 PM

"Mr. Reeder, the "common sense" thing coming into play again, if I were contemplating raising a game bird I would do research on the subject so as to not hazard a guess as to what I am doing."

Do research and ignore the advice of someone who has done it. That is your idea of common sense. Then insult the guy offering his experience.

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CMReeder

Jul-13-13 4:36 PM

Gawd you are pathetic, that is the best you can do.

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Premier

Jul-13-13 6:25 PM

"Do research and ignore the advice of someone who has done it. That is your idea of common sense. Then insult the guy offering his experience." Reeder.

The only person I insulted was you Mr. Reeder, for that I apologize. I would love to expand on ignoring people with so called "experience on here but that would lead to another apology. I can only muster one of them a day.

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