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Originally Posted by allosaurusrock View Post

I don't think I'm going to get any more bantams (although silkies are a little too tempting), just going to get about ten chicks in april, and a rooster, so I can breed my own flock.
If you want to let your flock free range and you want good egg production I always liked Brown Leghorns. I love their color, which also provides camouflage. They're flighty but not unfriendly. Quick enough to run or fly from danger. The rooster I kept was very gentle. Best I remember they would eat treats out of my hand. I really liked the ones I had and they came from a hatchery. The only drawback is they have huge combs and wattles. Even the hens have big combs. Frostbite is not a concern for me since I live in the south.
"Know well the condition of your flocks...."  Proverbs 27:23
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"Know well the condition of your flocks...."  Proverbs 27:23
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post #22 of 22

We might get leghorns. My sister (3) was wanting a white chicken so one may be on our chick shopping list in April. 

Birds:

2 Buff Orphingtons, 1 Speckled Sussex, 3 Easter Eggers, 1 Dominique, 1 Black Star, 1 Rhode Island Red, 1 Buckeye, 1 Red Star, 1 Cochin Mix, 1 Black Australorp, 1 Delaware1 Mixed Bantam rooster, 1 Blue Wyandotte 

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Birds:

2 Buff Orphingtons, 1 Speckled Sussex, 3 Easter Eggers, 1 Dominique, 1 Black Star, 1 Rhode Island Red, 1 Buckeye, 1 Red Star, 1 Cochin Mix, 1 Black Australorp, 1 Delaware1 Mixed Bantam rooster, 1 Blue Wyandotte 

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