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Hi everyone,

 

We are looking for hens that need rehoming . We have a lonely chick right now and want to get him companiong asap.  We are thinking Barred Rock, Ameraucana, Brahma.  Mostly, friendly, good egg production and cold hardy.

 

We are in Minnesota.

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Hmm.  I don't think hens would get along with a chick.  They would probably beat him up.  You can't just put a chick in with older birds.  Actually you should get a couple chicks to keep him  company.  I would assume your feed store or  TSC  would have them  cheap.

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post #3 of 8
Hi and welcome to BYC - you have some great advice from DD already so I'll just say hello!

 

All the best

CT

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:welcome

 

Hope you find your lonely chick some company!

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Thanks for sharing that.  It's good to know.  When getting chicks from different places would you quarantine them from each other at first?

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Depends on how old your current survivor is right now, but if they are that young I would say not to worry too much about the quarantining part.

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It is three weeks old.

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