Biring’s Poultry Palace

Discussion in 'Coops, Runs and Housing' started by Biring, Nov 6, 2020.

  1. robin416

    robin416 Administrator Staff Member

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    Nope, I don't come close to 150 lbs even though I do eat it fairly regularly. My birds like white rice but they don't care for basmati. Go figure.

    And we've enjoyed watching it all come together. Hopefully it's all together now as you wait on baby Biring to arrive.
     
  2. Biring

    Biring Well-Known Member

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    Basmati is expensive. I give our birds broken grains we don’t want to eat ourselves.
     
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  3. robin416

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    I don't normally give that to them but it wasn't enough leftover for anything or to freeze. So, they got to tell me nope.
     
  4. Poultry Judge

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    Thanks, that is super interesting!
     
  5. Biring

    Biring Well-Known Member

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    Batch no.2 has moved into the barn of their own accord. No wrangling required.
     
  6. robin416

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    I have to ask, if wife wanted it as a guest house how is that going to work if the birds beat her to it.
     
  7. Biring

    Biring Well-Known Member

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    That means I win. It’s a zero sum game.
     
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  8. robin416

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    LOL For now.
     
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  9. Poultry Judge

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    Indeed.
     
  10. Siobhan

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    Wow quite impressive!
     
  11. Poultry Judge

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    But you are the proprietor of Istana Unggas Sembiring Kembaren!!!
     
  12. robin416

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    How did I miss that the first time?
     
  13. Biring

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    Four of them have moved in. Unfortunately one of those is due to go to the butcher soon, but it’s a start.
     
  14. robin416

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    Is that the four that would stretch out on the rug in the house?
     
  15. Biring

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  16. Poultry Judge

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    There they are, in their new digs!
     
  17. Biring

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    The second set of craftsmen walked out, as did the third. My wife called in her dad to finish it off.
     
  18. Poultry Judge

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  19. robin416

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    Of course it would be over money. But dangit, Biring, you can't just drop that little line and then nothing else so give.
     
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  20. Biring

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    Yes, the issue was money. The second set were incompetent but cheap but demanded a raise. I agree with my wife’s decision to sack them. Their work was terrible. The third set tried to gouge us. Totally unreasonable. Again I agree. My father-in-law is slow but his work is acceptable so I’ll keep quiet for now. It’s almost finished apart from the varnishing.