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Welcome! It sounds like you have an amazing garden and grow everything. Oh how I wish my tiny city lot was bigger. But I do manage to pack in as much as possible and have 4 chickens.

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I do love all the space we have to grow things, and I was canning at least twice each week all summer, and dehydrated some too. dropped in a few pics.. I also have 30 hens, one rooster and 4 doe rabbits, two bucks as breeding stock. Just got my first Tamuk buck a few weeks ago, have a litter arriving in a few weeks from him, will see how the babies turn out. Tamuk is a new breed created by Texas A&M university for Texas climate and for meat.
 

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Welcome from Southern Oregon!
oh I love Oregon, we spent 10 days their in 2018 - we went all over, my favorite was our few days on the ocean. But the state is simply breathtaking!!!! Where are you located? We stayed near Mount Hood, then went to a town near Crater Lake and did all of that, and then we went to Bandon and drove up the coast to Yachats where we had a cottage overlooking the ocean which was so amazing, truly one of my favorite vacations... it is up there with Lake Tahoe for beauty.
 

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I’ve heard of the Tamuk breed. What breeds did they use to create the Tamuk?
 

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I’ve heard of the Tamuk breed. What breeds did they use to create the Tamuk?
I’ve heard of the Tamuk breed. What breeds did they use to create the Tamuk?
The Rabbit Research Program at TAMUK. Adult Size: Large (10-2o pounds/ 4.5-9 kilograms) The Altex rabbit was first developed as a sire rabbit in 1986 at Alabama A&M University and later at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. It was bred from Flemish Giant, Champagne d’ Argent, and Californian rabbits.
 
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