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2 & 4 are boys, I don't see wattles on 8, but keep an eye on her...
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OUTCOME: #2, 3, 4 & 8 turned out to be cockerels.

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#4 currently
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#8 currently
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Some of the girls.

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Jill S-- you have a BEAUTIFUL flock!

Are you keeping all 4 of your roos?

 I got one surprise roo with my spring batch of 30 chicks.

He's an 8 week old White Leghorn and I've named him Rocky.

Every day I tell him to be a good boy so he can stay on our homestead.

Oh, and I handle him daily as well. Kisses cuddles and gentle conversation.

Say a prayer that Rocky stays sweet!

Welcome to our humble homestead

"A Better Place To Be"

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Welcome to our humble homestead

"A Better Place To Be"

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Thank you!
I sold two of the boys about a month ago. I have someone coming to get the black one in the morning. I am only keeping the one. (#4). I'm guessing a hawk got one of the black EE hens. So of the 9 Easter Eggers that I bought this year, I will have 1 roo, and 4 hens (after tomorrow).But I also have 11 older hens (1 year olds) In total, 15 hens, and 1 rooster.

Good luck with Rocky!


Edited by Jill S - 5/27/16 at 2:58pm
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