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post #11 of 15

Agree with Junebuggena  - it would be fun to play around with the silkie  feathering - thank goodness none of them have that tumor of a comb - they call  walnut - :sick

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post #12 of 15
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Thanks everyone for the advice. I did try vent sexing at a few hours old....but with only youtube to go by I wasn't sure if the lump/ bump I was seeing was their boy parts. Lol.especially since there was no girl to compare with. I can't keep them in suburb so if any one in Adelaide wants any of them they are looking for homes
post #13 of 15
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Just thought I would update, you guys were right three boys
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post #15 of 15

neat looking roos!

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