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Hello, and :welcome, I'm in Ceres, but occasionally work in Patterson. Nice to meet you. I have 8 girls 1 chocolate Oripington, 1 barred Plymouth rock, 1 Australorp, 3 Easter Eggers and 2 tiny Old English Game bantams. @KernH and I are friends :)

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Hello, and :welcome, I'm in Ceres, but occasionally work in Patterson. Nice to meet you. I have 8 girls 1 chocolate Oripington, 1 barred Plymouth rock, 1 Australorp, 3 Easter Eggers and 2 tiny Old English Game bantams. @KernH and I are friends :)


Yes we surely are friends!   Kern

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Yes we surely are friends!   Kern

Being your friend is easy. I love all the pics you email to me they are lovely and your grandbaby is adorable. I'm going over to Karen's @sewandgrow to learn how to knit sometime soon. I'm so excited I can't hardy stand it. Knitting and talking chickens sounds like a whole lotta fun to me, lol


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Hello, and :welcome, I'm in Ceres, but occasionally work in Patterson. Nice to meet you. I have 8 girls 1 chocolate Oripington, 1 barred Plymouth rock, 1 Australorp, 3 Easter Eggers and 2 tiny Old English Game bantams. @KernH and I are friends :)


Hi tj74roberts!

Have you posted pics of your girls? I'd love to see what a chocolate Orp looks like. I'm thinking that in the spring, if I can get my husband's buy in, I'll enlarge my coop and get a couple of black Orps.

 

@KernH has already given me some useful info. I can see why you are friends!

 

Janis

1 husband, 2 weenie dogs, 5 indoor cats, and 2 lavender orpingtons all happily co-existing in Patterson, CA.
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1 husband, 2 weenie dogs, 5 indoor cats, and 2 lavender orpingtons all happily co-existing in Patterson, CA.
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Being your friend is easy. I love all the pics you email to me they are lovely and your grandbaby is adorable. I'm going over to Karen's @sewandgrow to learn how to knit sometime soon. I'm so excited I can't hardy stand it. Knitting and talking chickens sounds like a whole lotta fun to me, lol


My grandmother taught me to knit and crochet when I was pretty young.  You know you are welcome at my house any time!   Kern

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My grandmother taught me to knit and crochet when I was pretty young.  You know you are welcome at my house any time!   Kern

Aww, I know. Wish it wasn't so far from work, I'd come on lunch hour. You are too sweet! Do you still knit and crochet?

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Hi tj74roberts!

Have you posted pics of your girls? I'd love to see what a chocolate Orp looks like. I'm thinking that in the spring, if I can get my husband's buy in, I'll enlarge my coop and get a couple of black Orps.

 

@KernH has already given me some useful info. I can see why you are friends!

 

Janis

Hi, I have some under my profile, but be ware that there are some graphic pics of my Australorp. She was scalped to the bone as a baby. Her name is Coco and she is kind of a Princess, lol I will try and post a more recent one as those were when she was 5 months old and she is 13 months now.

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