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post #11 of 17
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It is a Langshan. You could get them a larger brooder and/or give them a treat block. The only problem with my Langshans is that they don't know what treats are. Separate the chick for one week and she will be lower in the pecking order.

Do I need to isolate her or just put a barrier between them???
post #12 of 17
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It is a Langshan. You could get them a larger brooder and/or give them a treat block. The only problem with my Langshans is that they don't know what treats are. Separate the chick for one week and she will be lower in the pecking order.
I'm just curious, but how do you know it's a Langshan? Unless the white feathers fall out with age?
post #13 of 17
Langshans have white skin. I can see that the beak, comb, and legs are white. Yes, the white feathers will be replaced later on. Isolate her. If the others can see her, the pecking order will remain the same. She is on top and abusing her power!
Two dogs, 2 red sex-links, 3 Cochins, 2 silkies, 2 Sumatras, 4 Langshans, and an imaginary horse that I wish my parents would get me.
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Two dogs, 2 red sex-links, 3 Cochins, 2 silkies, 2 Sumatras, 4 Langshans, and an imaginary horse that I wish my parents would get me.
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post #14 of 17
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Here's a picture of her 12 days ago

post #15 of 17

One of my 5 Langshans.
Two dogs, 2 red sex-links, 3 Cochins, 2 silkies, 2 Sumatras, 4 Langshans, and an imaginary horse that I wish my parents would get me.
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Two dogs, 2 red sex-links, 3 Cochins, 2 silkies, 2 Sumatras, 4 Langshans, and an imaginary horse that I wish my parents would get me.
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post #16 of 17
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Love it!!! Mine is a bit more yellow on her belly and head. Her wings are the same black with white tips!!
post #17 of 17
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Originally Posted by horselover1999 View Post

Langshans have white skin. I can see that the beak, comb, and legs are white. Yes, the white feathers will be replaced later on. Isolate her. If the others can see her, the pecking order will remain the same. She is on top and abusing her power!
Ah, thanks for explaining!
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