Monday, January 10, 2011

The Chicken Farmer

A city slicker bought some land in the country and decided he was going to take up chicken farming. He headed out to the local poultry dealer and said, “I’m taking up farming. Give me 100 baby chickens.

” The salesman crated up the chickens for him and he went on his way.

The next week the new farmer showed up at the poultry dealer again and said, “Give me 200 baby chickens.” He took his chickens and headed back to the farm. Again, a week later he was back for more. This time he said, “Hmm, give me 300 baby chickens.”

“A good supply,” the salesman commented. “You must be doing really well!”

“Nah, doing terrible,” said the man with a sigh. “I can’t figure out if I’m planting them too deep or too far apart!”

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24 comments:

  1. Hahaha! can you imagine the smell

    Thanks for the cackle (i couldn't resist that) :-)

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  2. So, if you plant the chickens, when it comes time to harvest, do you pullet?

    *ducking boos and throwd KFC autopsy reports, with a biscuit and 'slaw side*

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  3. He got it all wrong! He should've planted chicken eggs and try to keep the soil free of water, for you gotta keep it as warm as possible. After couple of weeks, he can start harvesting the chicks.

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  4. lol @ skunkfeathers... PULLET -- bwahahahahahaahahahahahahaha!

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  5. Try planting a seed next to the chick. They make great fertilizer.

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  6. You 'n skunkfeathers are a hoot!

    Have a super Monday. Big hugs, honey...

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  7. YHAHHHH HEEEEE !!!!!!

    Speedy loves him some chikin postins :-)

    Bwwwwwwaaaaaaack BRAWWWK

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  8. I think he may be overwatering them. bwahahahaha!

    Have a wonderful day, Sandee! Big hugs :]

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  9. hahaha....
    have a great day!

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  10. Bwahahahahahaha...

    I can't imagine the smell of his farm nyahahahahahah

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  11. Poor little chicks. But it is kind of funny. Too bad I like animals so much. Take care Sandee and hope those eyes are getting better.

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  12. Hell, I'm not a farmer and even I know that you plant them 8" deep in sandy soil. What a dumb ass.

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  13. I was waiting for some reference to needing a rooster, so that one caught me by surprise

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  14. I thought he'd have got a harvest of chickpeas by now

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  15. I think the farmer sounds like he could be a Irishman.

    Keep them coming...

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  16. I'm so glad I'm not a farmer. LOL

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  17. I didn't see that one coming at all. Good one

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  18. I think probably both . . .

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  19. :D

    I've had the misfortune of driving by a chicken farm. The smell is terrible!

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  21. Our Texas Aggies (Texas A&M University folks) have determined that they won't grow if you plant them heads first in the ground.
    They must have their feet firmly planted in the ground.
    ..

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  22. You got to be kidding me! Wahahaha!
    I couldn't imagine what he's doing. LOL

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