A Guide to Chicken Poo

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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby irfanshaffi » 04 Oct 2012, 15:55

Sounded like a useful link, but when I just followed it the pics are all blank! Anyone know what's happened??

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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby nigel » 04 Oct 2012, 21:49

It's still working for me, do you want to check again.
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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby irfanshaffi » 05 Oct 2012, 08:51

Aha - found the problem. For some reason the images don't appear at work! Must be that the internet-police here in my office deem chicken poo to be inappropriate content.

It works fine at home, but thanks for checking for me...

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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby PerreauviaD » 10 Feb 2013, 16:01

:grin: Hi everyone I'm new here! What a great way to begin looking at Chicken poo. Really helpful though thank you!

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Re: A Guide to Chicken Poo

Postby Thunderfoot » 26 Mar 2013, 10:59

Ahahaha! This is an excellent guide-reminds me of the baby poo 'what's in a nappy?' leaflets I give out at work! I'm sre this will save alot of worry :-)
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