Originally Posted by chickenbelle
Thanks Chris. You've missed my big issue with the seller I got these from on RBA last week. These were all supposed to be 50 to 100 dollar jubilee, partridge, or...
Originally Posted by FOGELLY
I am not an expert on this, but here is my thinking.
When you line breed you always have to think in terms of which birds blood will be most prevalent. If you breed to cure pinched...
Originally Posted by RedRidge
While I am not near as knowledgeable as I'd like (or as most people here) about HRIR genetics (or chicken genetics in general), I am a genetics freak... just a passion of...
Originally Posted by TimG
I have a breeding pen and two NH pullets (German), I wish you were closer, I'm sure we could work out a deal.
I wish you were closer to me.....I have NH cockerels coming...
I'll let Rhonda have this one this time but I have a few birds of my own that I'm growing out for this years as well. Next time, she had better bring her "A game", No more free rides at our local shows for her anymore!!! LOL!...
Lol, that's what it all about! For me anyway!!!
I spend hours looking at the chicks i'm growing out wondering if I'm making the right choices with my breeders. I can't wait to see what I'll have in a few months!
Originally Posted by TerriLaChicks
WHOA! Details!! how in the world did you get the AG center @ a reasonable price? or maybe I ought to be asking, WHICH Ag center? is it the one south of Alexandria? or...
Originally Posted by 1MrsMagoo
I haven't been on in quite a while. This past weekend I attended my first ever poultry show in Jennings, LA and entered three birds: A German New Hampshire Cock bird, a White...