Roosting in Nest Box

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Re: Roosting in Nest Box

Post by Hen-Gen » 07 Nov 2013, 12:51

Though I dont know anyone who dries fish now. Some still salt them and I have a smoker so I can make smoked mackerel pate. But the vast majority are frozen. Glad you reminded me though - I've had some mutton in salt for 2 years now. Must break it out and make mutton and barley soup for the freezer.
Anyway, back to chickens .............................!
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Re: Roosting in Nest Box

Post by drfish » 07 Nov 2013, 13:09

laffinfowl wrote:Thats the good Dr Fish for you..........a Mine of information 8-[
Mainly of little use :lol:

Relative of the cod and pollock

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pollachius_virens
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