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post #11 of 15
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Cream Legbar laid her first blue egg yesterday! So she is a pure breed! And apparently likes leftover xmas dinner!

 

Thanks,

 

Charli

post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by uglyteapot View Post

Cream Legbar laid her first blue egg yesterday! So she is a pure breed! And apparently likes leftover xmas dinner!

Thanks,

Charli
Can you share a picture?!
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by drumstick diva View Post
 

you can also use lipstick on the vent -   discard lipstick tube  afterward -  :sick

 

 

I never discard the tube, I put it back in my wife's drawer of make up junk, so she doesn't yell at me for using her stuff.

Composting is good for the environment..
Composting Geese is better for the environment
Composting ducks is best for the environment.
Start your composted Duck pile today,
if you do not have your duck
Borrow a neighbors duck to compost own...
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Composting is good for the environment..
Composting Geese is better for the environment
Composting ducks is best for the environment.
Start your composted Duck pile today,
if you do not have your duck
Borrow a neighbors duck to compost own...
Reply
post #14 of 15

I like the crest on your Creamer  (my term for cream bar rooster, Creamettes are hens).

 

Other wise your birds look a lot like mine so I agree with everything said, (A day late of course) . The CLB eggs would be bluish I would think. If there is a green tint they would not be the olive green, in mine anyways.

Composting is good for the environment..
Composting Geese is better for the environment
Composting ducks is best for the environment.
Start your composted Duck pile today,
if you do not have your duck
Borrow a neighbors duck to compost own...
Reply
Composting is good for the environment..
Composting Geese is better for the environment
Composting ducks is best for the environment.
Start your composted Duck pile today,
if you do not have your duck
Borrow a neighbors duck to compost own...
Reply
post #15 of 15
Thread Starter 

A photo:

 

Front right is the Speckledy egg (huge!), front left and back right obviously the Cream Legbar, back left is the Marans (usually they're a bit darker though)

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