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Easy Catch, Amish-Raised layers gone by 11amCT

Happy endings, great outcomes; a time for rejoicing; Maury makes things happen: 4 Trained Easy Catch AmishRaised Layers; and, praise be, Maggie, the chicken herding dog is headed for a place where her work will be truly need and appreciated

Maury Lewis writes:
The chickens are gone to a new home. They were gone before 11:00 am.Thanks. Advertising things on ColumbiaMagazine really works.

Maggie the chicken herding dog is gone also.

She went to a woman in Russell Springs who works with a rescue group. They are placing her with someone who has animals that need and are used to being herded.

Again Thanks for all you do for Adair County. Maury
Comments re article 44680 4 Trained Easy Catch AmishRaised Layers need homes

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Four (4) Well Trained, Amish-Raised layers

2011-05-31 - Beautiful Joppa, KY - Photo by Maury Lewis.
Update: Sorry, chickens have a new home, by 11amCT just a few hours after posting. CM and the Make Things Happen Woman, Maury (melewi) Lewis of Beautiful Joppa, KY
Four (4) chickens to give away. We have changed types of chicken and need to get rid of these by Friday June 3, 2011. They need to be picked up at my house because I no longer have a truck to carry things like this in. The chickens came from an Amish Farm off of KY 80 West, in the Gradyville area. All things being equal otherwise, Gradyvillians will have top priority. They are well behaved chickens. You can usually walk up behind them and they will squat and let you pick them up. The chickens are laying.-Maury Lewis 270-384-8890 Columbia, KY.

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