Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81677 comments on the The Cincinnati Enquirer story from Jan 5, 2011, titled Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.. In it, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that:

MURRAY, Ky. - State wildlife officials say "several hundred" dead birds were found near the Murray State University campus last week.

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Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#96082 Feb 21, 2014
If you guys will wait, I will sign my autobiography book that you bought. With all the royalties, I should be able to purchase some more cheap hotdogs. lol Being so popular is really very demanding.
understanding

Pineville, KY

#96083 Feb 21, 2014
Ancient Wolf wrote:
If you guys will wait, I will sign my autobiography book that you bought. With all the royalties, I should be able to purchase some more cheap hotdogs. lol Being so popular is really very demanding.
Hello I am unfamiliar with your work would you care to please enlighten a poor lay person?
Mississippi Man

Olive Branch, MS

#96084 Feb 21, 2014
Ancient Wolf wrote:
lol Being so popular is really very demanding.
Yah, Wolf,....I really know how you feel. I've gotta fight 'em off myself sometimes!!! LOL

But say, wasn't Dan'l Boone buried first in Mo., Ark., somewhere across the Big One? As usual, I can't remember what I've read but I think Ky. got to raising holy terror over it till they finally got him back. Can't imagine what shape he was in by then!

Hey ya all, I'm really not into chickens, eggs, feed, night lights, etc. but I do read all the posts and match the info against the home place in Illinois when I was a kid. No big thing but we'd make catch-hooks out of clothes hangers and Mom would axe their heads on an old maple stump. She was good with that thing, too, then just throw them down to pump out the blood as ..........Hummmmmmm,,,better stop, Huh Anne? They sure did put down KFC!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#96085 Feb 22, 2014
understanding wrote:
<quoted text>
Hello I am unfamiliar with your work would you care to please enlighten a poor lay person?
It has taken 3 years and several of the last 96,000 posts to recap a life time of experience; but if you wish to be enlightened perhaps you would need to start at the front or could just scan for selected excerpts. But truthfully, those postings do not jutify all the popularity. LOL
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#96086 Feb 22, 2014
Mississippi Man wrote:
<quoted text>
Yah, Wolf,....I really know how you feel. I've gotta fight 'em off myself sometimes!!! LOL
But say, wasn't Dan'l Boone buried first in Mo., Ark., somewhere across the Big One? As usual, I can't remember what I've read but I think Ky. got to raising holy terror over it till they finally got him back. Can't imagine what shape he was in by then!
Hey ya all, I'm really not into chickens, eggs, feed, night lights, etc. but I do read all the posts and match the info against the home place in Illinois when I was a kid. No big thing but we'd make catch-hooks out of clothes hangers and Mom would axe their heads on an old maple stump. She was good with that thing, too, then just throw them down to pump out the blood as ..........Hummmmmmm,,,better stop, Huh Anne? They sure did put down KFC!
I believe you are right about D. Boone being buried elsewhere first. I think it was Missouri, just not sure. My Mom would grab a chicken by the neck and give it a twirl and wring it's head off and it would not be unusual to have a dozen headless chickens chasing me around the lawn or having a rooster still attempting to crow from the severed head. lol (Sorry Anne & Nope)
Anne

Paris, TN

#96087 Feb 22, 2014
Okay, guys! Lets talk about chickens! Raising 4,000 chicks from one day old till they were 4 weeks old. Broilers, they called them! The Saturday before the chickens were picked up would be chicken killing day and by the end of the day a couple dozen would find their place in the freezer. Grandma did the killing. Usually she picked it up by the neck, gave it a whirl, then a quick snap! Some could run quite a way before stopping. Others just flipped and flopped. End result was the same. Then came the scalding bath in the boiling water. Held by its feet and dunked a few times so the feathers could easily be removed. Heck, say it like it was: they were dunked so the feathers could be pulled out and piled up in a smelly mess. Chickens were then sent to the kitchen where they were cleaned (we kept the liver, heart, and gizzard too), then singed over the open gas flame from the kitchen stove so the pin feathers could be removed.
Chicken was cut into pieces then all 12 pieces were placed in a plastic bread sack (we had bunches of new bread sacks from the bread bakery) and placed in the freezer. Each chicken wore their red, white and blue plastic apparel till Mom fried it for supper or Sunday dinner! We ate a lot of dead chicken!
Anne

Paris, TN

#96088 Feb 22, 2014
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>It has taken 3 years and several of the last 96,000 posts to recap a life time of experience; but if you wish to be enlightened perhaps you would need to start at the front or could just scan for selected excerpts. But truthfully, those postings do not jutify all the popularity. LOL
AW, you're quite the writer, lol, and I'm requesting an autographed copy! Personalized, too, please!
Anne

Paris, TN

#96089 Feb 22, 2014
Mississippi Man wrote:
<quoted text>Yah, Wolf,....I really know how you feel. I've gotta fight 'em off myself sometimes!!! LOL

But say, wasn't Dan'l Boone buried first in Mo., Ark., somewhere across the Big One? As usual, I can't remember what I've read but I think Ky. got to raising holy terror over it till they finally got him back. Can't imagine what shape he was in by then!

Hey ya all, I'm really not into chickens, eggs, feed, night lights, etc. but I do read all the posts and match the info against the home place in Illinois when I was a kid. No big thing but we'd make catch-hooks out of clothes hangers and Mom would axe their heads on an old maple stump. She was good with that thing, too, then just throw them down to pump out the blood as ..........Hummmmmmm,,,better stop, Huh Anne? They sure did put down KFC!
Lol. Guess ole Dan'l wouldn't be in the best shape after being moved around so much. I hope they just let me rest in one place! We recently bought 8 of those small "planting plots" over where several of my family has gathered. 13 are there so far.
duah

United States

#96092 Feb 22, 2014
why did they die
qwerty

Luck, WI

#96093 Feb 22, 2014
Anne wrote:
Okay, guys! Lets talk about chickens! Raising 4,000 chicks from one day old till they were 4 weeks old. Broilers, they called them! The Saturday before the chickens were picked up would be chicken killing day and by the end of the day a couple dozen would find their place in the freezer. Grandma did the killing. Usually she picked it up by the neck, gave it a whirl, then a quick snap! Some could run quite a way before stopping. Others just flipped and flopped. End result was the same. Then came the scalding bath in the boiling water. Held by its feet and dunked a few times so the feathers could easily be removed. Heck, say it like it was: they were dunked so the feathers could be pulled out and piled up in a smelly mess. Chickens were then sent to the kitchen where they were cleaned (we kept the liver, heart, and gizzard too), then singed over the open gas flame from the kitchen stove so the pin feathers could be removed.
Chicken was cut into pieces then all 12 pieces were placed in a plastic bread sack (we had bunches of new bread sacks from the bread bakery) and placed in the freezer. Each chicken wore their red, white and blue plastic apparel till Mom fried it for supper or Sunday dinner! We ate a lot of dead chicken!
Picked up 20 pieces from McDonald's. They were dipped in bar-b-q, hot mustard, and sweet & sour resulting in quite a mess. They were accompanied by crisp lightly salted french fries doused with ketchup. Tea was the beverage of choice and handled the task quite nicely........
McDuck wCheese

Hudson, OH

#96094 Feb 22, 2014
Try the new McDuck with cheese qwerty, smothered in duck sauce.
Urban Dictionary http//def.whoroscope.
A prediction of someone's asstrologically influenced future with respect to getting some action from a dirty sloot.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php...
I have no idea what a sloot is.
boom

Indianapolis, IN

#96096 Feb 22, 2014
I believe I am going to get some ducks. Some breeds lay as much or more eggs than chickens do. I've never ate or cooked with duck eggs but I hear they are good, really good for baking. I've read that they are better for you than chicken eggs. The meat is also good, not as fat as chicken. There's a strain of Muscovy ducks that will get to 12lbs in about 12 weeks!

I want to hatch out some chicks in June so they will lay good all winter like my pullets that hatched last June did the winter.

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#96098 Feb 22, 2014
The chicks hatched, they are so cute. We had farm day at the school and the farm group bought all the animals to show the children. They are so small and bright yellow furry balls. CUTE!!
Anne

Paris, TN

#96101 Feb 22, 2014
qwerty wrote:
<quoted text>Picked up 20 pieces from McDonald's. They were dipped in bar-b-q, hot mustard, and sweet & sour resulting in quite a mess. They were accompanied by crisp lightly salted french fries doused with ketchup. Tea was the beverage of choice and handled the task quite nicely........
Lol, qwerty, that'll do it!! G'daughter chose the 10piece for lunch today. Truthfully they taste much better than they used to. Usually I get a half cut tea so it isn't sooo sweet.
Anne

Paris, TN

#96102 Feb 22, 2014
boom wrote:
I believe I am going to get some ducks. Some breeds lay as much or more eggs than chickens do. I've never ate or cooked with duck eggs but I hear they are good, really good for baking. I've read that they are better for you than chicken eggs. The meat is also good, not as fat as chicken. There's a strain of Muscovy ducks that will get to 12lbs in about 12 weeks!

I want to hatch out some chicks in June so they will lay good all winter like my pullets that hatched last June did the winter.
I'm wanting to add to my little collection but, well, I just don't know what I'd enjoy most. I'm getting postcards from the vets office for the dog and cats to come in for their yearly shots so there will go a handful of cash. Maybe I'd better wait on any additions ...
Anne

Versailles, IN

#96103 Feb 22, 2014
Princess412 wrote:
The chicks hatched, they are so cute. We had farm day at the school and the farm group bought all the animals to show the children. They are so small and bright yellow furry balls. CUTE!!


Cute! Yes!! Good entertainment value! I love chick days at the farm store!
qwerty

Luck, WI

#96104 Feb 22, 2014
Anne wrote:
<quoted text>
Usually I get a half cut tea so it isn't sooo sweet.
McD's tea is waaaaaay too sweet aint it? I usually get un-sweet.
undertaker

Elizabethtown, KY

#96105 Feb 22, 2014
yeah i like there chicken too i usualy get 2 double plain cheese bugers and a large fries thats pretty good i like there plain quarter pounders too
Anne

Paris, TN

#96106 Feb 22, 2014
qwerty wrote:
<quoted text>McD's tea is waaaaaay too sweet aint it? I usually get un-sweet.
In the store I'd get sweet then put in some unsweetened. Then one summer day at the drive through i overheard the lady in the car in front of me order a "half cut" tea and from then on I knew what to do!
Anne

Paris, TN

#96107 Feb 22, 2014
undertaker wrote:
yeah i like there chicken too i usualy get 2 double plain cheese bugers and a large fries thats pretty good i like there plain quarter pounders too
Number 17 with a large Dr. Pepper. OR

Regular hamburger with pickle only.

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