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post #21 of 28

beatiful


super smart


loveable


loves me and knows me so well

daisy laid her first egg!!congrats!!and was my first egg.

then i found the rest of her eggs hidden:(
so its her fifth egg!!
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daisy laid her first egg!!congrats!!and was my first egg.

then i found the rest of her eggs hidden:(
so its her fifth egg!!
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post #22 of 28

Gold Sex Links (Gold Comets?):

Curious
Energetic
Fiesty

Barred Plymouth Rocks: (I'm so glad we don't have a whole flock of these!!)

Introverts
Boring
Lacking in personality?!?

RIR:

Curious
High strung
Chatty

Dark Brahma Bantam:

Regal
Intelligent (she cocks her head to the side when we talk to her....it looks like she knows exactly what you are talking about!)
Calm (she is the only one who doesn't run around like she's lost her mind!)

Our chicken eggs are worth about $25 a piece.
RIP Spud.  You will be missed! 3-15-09 to 5-7-10
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Our chicken eggs are worth about $25 a piece.
RIP Spud.  You will be missed! 3-15-09 to 5-7-10
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post #23 of 28

BO:
smart
bossy
hungry


RIR:
talkative
friendly
fearless

SLW:
curious
cuddly
naughty

EE:
aloof
calm

post #24 of 28

Barred Rocks boring????

My BR's aren't boring! (hens)
Noisy
Reliable
Energetic


EE's (roos and hens)
Adventurous
Skittish
Hungry


Bantam Cochins (hens)
Sweet
Pretty
Affectionate

Don't get all your exercise leaping to conclusions!

Poultry- they may be your pets, they may be your hobby, they may be your livestock. But remember, if you fall down in the pen, unconscious? They WILL eat you.
Chicken Tender of 20 years

 

Memorial Thread

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Don't get all your exercise leaping to conclusions!

Poultry- they may be your pets, they may be your hobby, they may be your livestock. But remember, if you fall down in the pen, unconscious? They WILL eat you.
Chicken Tender of 20 years

 

Memorial Thread

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post #25 of 28

Banty cochin: sweet, beautiful, broody
Buff cochin: sweet, beautiful, pesty
seabright: cute, little, friendly
Ameracauna: friendly, quiet, beautiful
These are a few of my favs of mine.  Repetative I know but this is truly how they are for me.

Me,DH, 2 DS, 4 dogs, 1 parakeet, 1 parrotlet, 2 frogs, 19 hens, 1 roo, 2 turks, 28 ducks (9 calls, 2 kcs, 3 runners, 3 scovy, 2 Mandy, 4 teal,1 wood duck, 2 rouen, 1 pekin) 3 geese (1 Embden, 1 Sebastopol, 1 toulouse), 1 Flem Giant Rabbit, 1 Neth. Dwarf rabbit, 2 sugar glider.  http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=22826-my-home-for-sale

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Me,DH, 2 DS, 4 dogs, 1 parakeet, 1 parrotlet, 2 frogs, 19 hens, 1 roo, 2 turks, 28 ducks (9 calls, 2 kcs, 3 runners, 3 scovy, 2 Mandy, 4 teal,1 wood duck, 2 rouen, 1 pekin) 3 geese (1 Embden, 1 Sebastopol, 1 toulouse), 1 Flem Giant Rabbit, 1 Neth. Dwarf rabbit, 2 sugar glider.  http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=22826-my-home-for-sale

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post #26 of 28

Call Ducks:
Busy
Loud
Quirky

Seramas in Smooth or Frizzled and SOLID WHITES. Original home of the Frizzled Serama! We now have blue laced from Jerry!    Thanks for looking!  ~Jessi
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Seramas in Smooth or Frizzled and SOLID WHITES. Original home of the Frizzled Serama! We now have blue laced from Jerry!    Thanks for looking!  ~Jessi
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post #27 of 28
Thread Starter 

It's not repetitive to post a similar comment to one previously posted - it actually helps to reinforce a consistent temperament characteristic, so I, for one, find it helpful when same/similar observations are made regarding a breed.

Reading about temperament in a book description is helpful, but there's nothing better than hearing it from people who live day in day out with their chickens.

See my chicken blog at:  http://polloplayer.wordpress.com/
Down to two little hens, a white Silkie and a Mille Fleur d'Uccle.

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See my chicken blog at:  http://polloplayer.wordpress.com/
Down to two little hens, a white Silkie and a Mille Fleur d'Uccle.

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post #28 of 28

Black SexLinks

Inquisitive
Adventurous
Protective

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