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post #31 of 33

Beautiful BO cockerel!

Hope he stays sweet for you!

I have 6 BO pullets in my flock and I adore them!

Also have a White Leghorn cockerel named Rocky (he was supped to be a pullet like his 5 sisters).Whoops!

His comb and wattles are huge and red at 8 weeks old and he's trying to crow. It's cute! He's very tall as well and his saddle feathers are starting to come in.

I hope HE stays sweet for me! Say a prayer please!

Welcome to our humble homestead

"A Better Place To Be"

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"A Better Place To Be"

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post #32 of 33
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So the guessing ended this morning. My Sunny Boy found his voice and crowed a couple of times this morning!!! Very loudly too I might add. LOL.. Now hoping the neighbors don't mind him staying around. ;) Thanks everyone for all the help and compliments!

post #33 of 33

roos hold themselves more upright than hens like they are trying to look all around, other than that just wait and see

1 buff Orpington, 1 red star, 3 mixes, 1 Colombian Wyandotte, 1 ameraucana roo, 3 ameraucana hens, 6 mixed chicks, 2pekin ducks, and 1 Rouen duck. Named in order Lucy, Lucky, Esther, Saoirse, Eleanor, Henry, Martha, Becky, Carolyn, the chicks aren't named, Daisy , lemon, and Ping-Ping
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1 buff Orpington, 1 red star, 3 mixes, 1 Colombian Wyandotte, 1 ameraucana roo, 3 ameraucana hens, 6 mixed chicks, 2pekin ducks, and 1 Rouen duck. Named in order Lucy, Lucky, Esther, Saoirse, Eleanor, Henry, Martha, Becky, Carolyn, the chicks aren't named, Daisy , lemon, and Ping-Ping
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