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Whos the baby daddy

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The blrw and serama got killed by a dog last one i seen mate my sex link was the blrw but chicks both have single combs.
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post #2 of 7

That is adorable.  What are you trying to ask?

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That is adorable.  What are you trying to ask?
Its in the title lol
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Was that said in a mean tone or a joking tone, I cannot tell.

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Was that said in a mean tone or a joking tone, I cannot tell.
It wasnt a mean tone. smile.png. Its just i cant tell who the baby daddy might be for these chicks. Since my two favs are the ones that died i wanna know if im keeping the right line alive. smile.png
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post #6 of 7

didn't sound mean to me   -   I think when the chicks are older and have a change of color, it will be easier to pick out the father.  Also if the hen was bred by more than one,  the resulting chicks could have different fathers.

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didn't sound mean to me   -   I think when the chicks are older and have a change of color, it will be easier to pick out the father.  Also if the hen was bred by more than one,  the resulting chicks could have different fathers.

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