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A _L_ P...
Posted: Thu Apr 15, 2010 4:40 am
 
We ended daylight saving at Easter and by then autumn had made itself
obvious. We have had some glorious days since then but most of them,
it's noticeable in late afternoon how the temperature drops past the
point where you can keep on working and ignoring the chill. No, now
working a bit harder doesn't work Smile
It's the "put on another layer of clothing" season, in preparation for
the "put on umpteen layers of clothing" season.

So this isn't something I was looking for, but remembering the recent
discussions I thought I may as well send it on for anyone who might find
it useful, reading how someone else has solved their "hot chick" problem!

http://happyhens.blogspot.com/2009/07/how-to-tell-if-chickens-are-hot.html

A L P
 
 
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