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Also all of my Dominique's are doing well! 3 at three months and 8 at just over a month old. I am getting 4 Easter eggers in March. I already have 4 Silkie hens and a Polish roosters. So I may have to make some more room by parting ways with some of my Dominique's 😞
I just love Dominique's but I can't part ways with the Silkies Or Polish because they are more like pets. And the Easter eggers are birthday present.
Edited by JacobandMeagan - 2/27/16 at 5:37pm
we never tire of seeing chicks hatch its wonderful, enjoy!! great ob on your hatch rate
It was great meeting you, Cliff, Sable and Katsdar today
And I did end up selling enough today to make some purchases tomorrow :)
I was also disappointed there weren't more sellers today.
On that note, the Cartersville store manager said if I want to pick a date and send out the info, we are welcome to use his parking lot whenever! And they have that extra dead end road, so lots of room without being in anyone's way.
Anyone have suggested dates? Maybe Mar 26 to have one at our end of the state, since that was quite a ride today?
Will anyone have birds to sell by then?
It was great seeing you too and Sable again. I got some wonderful birds today, Ask the cville mgr to call Cliff cause if we swap/sell birds they do have to have a permit. After Easter weekend will be good, ask Cliff what other dates he was going to have his swap again, can't remember, so we don't clash.
Hmm, got the palest color egg I've ever gotten, from the pen with 15 RIR, 5 black AM hens, and 1 suspected Black AM/Australorp.
It is kind of a pale pink, I guess. I thought it was white at first, which REALLY threw me.
Wonder if it was a blue that didn't get that final coat of paint or a first egg from the mix.
post a pic
Free addmission to BYC friends lol, trying to type with a lap rat on my lap is not working too well, she wants to get to the chicks,
AND I sold some MFD chicks today and also a dozen MFD eggs.
Got my little Leghorns moved out to the "big kid" house so they can stretch their legs more and built a new laying box for the Brahmas since theirs was inside the big kid house.
It was a good chicken day, lol.
You should have seen the little Seramas at the guy's house where we bought the peabirds. He tried to give us a rooster for free but we didn't need a rooster. But they are awesome looking little birds. They stood up nice and straight and their tails were also straight up where they nearly touched the back of their heads. Very nice looking little birds.