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She is just gorgeous! We have an EE that is about 4 weeks old and I'm hoping that A - it's a pullet and B - it will be all white like yours. She looks just like the one in your pictures, but she's feathering out SO slowly. She's 4 weeks old and is just now getting a tail.

 

Also - love the name Rose! We actually have two "golden girls" - Rose and Blanche, lol!

Kate

 

1 Husband, 1 Boy, 3 Kitties, 2 Golden Laced Wyandottes, 2 Golden Comets, 2 Delawares, & 3 Easter Eggers.

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Kate

 

1 Husband, 1 Boy, 3 Kitties, 2 Golden Laced Wyandottes, 2 Golden Comets, 2 Delawares, & 3 Easter Eggers.

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post #122 of 127

Here's our Elsa.

 

Two weeks old:

 

 

Three weeks old: (I was convinced that she wasn't an EE at this point. She looks so different than the other two EEs that we have.)

 

 

 

Today - 4.5~ weeks. She JUST started getting tail feathers in the last few days and is starting to catch up to her sisters in terms of feather development. We shall see! (Oh, and the purple splotch is from a pecking lotion she had on last week. Someone decided she needed to be pecked overnight. All better now!)

 

Kate

 

1 Husband, 1 Boy, 3 Kitties, 2 Golden Laced Wyandottes, 2 Golden Comets, 2 Delawares, & 3 Easter Eggers.

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Kate

 

1 Husband, 1 Boy, 3 Kitties, 2 Golden Laced Wyandottes, 2 Golden Comets, 2 Delawares, & 3 Easter Eggers.

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Originally Posted by Tooshay89 View Post
 

Here's our Elsa.

 

Two weeks old:

 

 

Three weeks old: (I was convinced that she wasn't an EE at this point. She looks so different than the other two EEs that we have.)

 

 

 

Today - 4.5~ weeks. She JUST started getting tail feathers in the last few days and is starting to catch up to her sisters in terms of feather development. We shall see! (Oh, and the purple splotch is from a pecking lotion she had on last week. Someone decided she needed to be pecked overnight. All better now!)

 


Elsa is beautiful!  I would bet she (hopefully, right) stays all white.  

We have the Golden Girls crew in full now, EE's- Rose, Dorothy, & Sophia, and then our Light Brahma is Blanche.  Perfect names for chickens IMO.  

Chickie Mama to three Easter Eggers, a Barred Rock, a Silver Laced Wyandotte, a Buff Orpington, a Light Brahma, a Golden Sex Link, a Cuckoo Marans, and a Black Australorp.   :)  :)  :)  Also Mommy to 3 adorable daughters, and 2 incredible Labs...and married to one lucky husband who is surrounded by ladies!

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Chickie Mama to three Easter Eggers, a Barred Rock, a Silver Laced Wyandotte, a Buff Orpington, a Light Brahma, a Golden Sex Link, a Cuckoo Marans, and a Black Australorp.   :)  :)  :)  Also Mommy to 3 adorable daughters, and 2 incredible Labs...and married to one lucky husband who is surrounded by ladies!

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post #124 of 127

I love it! I was really hoping that I could have all four Golden Girls in our flock, but my son had already picked out most of the names for the other chicks, so I only have two, lol! 

 

I'm crossing my fingers for an all white pullet! :)

Kate

 

1 Husband, 1 Boy, 3 Kitties, 2 Golden Laced Wyandottes, 2 Golden Comets, 2 Delawares, & 3 Easter Eggers.

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Kate

 

1 Husband, 1 Boy, 3 Kitties, 2 Golden Laced Wyandottes, 2 Golden Comets, 2 Delawares, & 3 Easter Eggers.

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post #125 of 127
What color fid she end up laying?
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Well, what I thought was going to be a beautiful white Orpington is looking much different than the buff Orpington. Someone mentioned it could be a white Easter Egger
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Possible EE? I just found this thread and I bought this chick as " a mystery chick". Legs are pink/orange and I've had people tell me its a Delaware, light Sussex, BO etc. Body is yellow but wings are all white.

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