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Australia is a big place and I don't know where you are located but the BYP directory has five brahma breeder listings. There is also a breeder on the Backyard Poultry forum living in the South East Qld area that has brahma or will know some contacts if you message her. Her username is nostress.
Edited by Ozchicken - 4/7/14 at 6:40pm

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Hi sorry im in new south Wales tamworth region im not quite sure how to use this site i can't find her on here
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Hi we are in Pittsworth QLd hoping to chat sometime on here

 

Cheers Guys Ray

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Welcome to all the new folk on here.   I think most of the contributors to this particular forum / pages ... are Aussie.   It began a while back now, by someone who was looking to gather all the Aussies together for chook information.   Our chickens are somewhat different to other countries - e.g. the Australian bred Araucana  is totally different to that of the American Araucana.    Was most confused myself at first when I went to look up some info. on Araucana's and found my little girl wouldn't get a look in over there.   But many people have been helpful on here ( about my Mindy Araucana ) ... and also there's another very large forum which is Australian.   Called  "Australia - Six States and that funny little Island" .... dunno who started that one either, but most probably was not anybody from Tasmania. !!   ;)

 

Anyway - have fun folks.   Good to see you all here. 

 

Cheers ....... AB

Aussie chook enthusiast !!! 

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There are a number of backyard poultry forums located in Australia.  Nostress is on one of them.  I don't know if she has a username here, sorry.

 

There are a number of differences between the Australian Standards and the American Poultry Standards.  The laced wyandottes also have some slight differences that can be confusing.  I think the Americans have some lovely wyandottes going by the photographs.  It would make sense.

 

The Brahmas in Australia are generally in need of some improvement judging by what I've seen here.  They are quite rare so having more people breeding them is a good thing. 

 

I should add that I am in Queensland - hot muggy summers but idyllic winters.  Chickens love the winter but don't do as well in the hot summer.


Edited by Ozchicken - 4/8/14 at 11:42pm

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Hi folks I'm in gympie qld  .  I keep australorps also have 2 brown chooks (don't know the name )  rooster is a Rhode island red . He's a huge fella looks after the girls , no more fox problems. Just hatched my first eggs six out of 13

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Hi folks I'm in gympie qld  .  I keep australorps also have 2 brown chooks (don't know the name )  rooster is a Rhode island red . He's a huge fella looks after the girls , no more fox problems. Just hatched my first eggs six out of 13

Welcome "Roasted" ... and well done - having chicks hatch.     Cheers ..... AB

Aussie chook enthusiast !!! 

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