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Originally Posted by fisherlady View Post

Another resource for shows and swaps

 

 I just ran into it and figured some of you may be interested...

 

 http://www.poultryshowcentral.com/swap-meet-dates.html

 

The link is to their swap meet page, but there is a ton of info on the site, so check out their home page too...

Found that 1 this morning. There's a swap just under 2 hours from me next weekend listed on that 1.

Calls, Anconas, Pilgrim geese, Blue Slate & Royal Palm turkeys, Polish & Rainbow layers. www.backyardchickens.com/a/silkiesensation-swap-page
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Calls, Anconas, Pilgrim geese, Blue Slate & Royal Palm turkeys, Polish & Rainbow layers. www.backyardchickens.com/a/silkiesensation-swap-page
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post #21402 of 65559
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Originally Posted by Bettacreek View Post

They need bonnets and booties!

 

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Originally Posted by fisherlady View Post

LOVE THESE!!!   I will have to send the pic on to my Mom... she crochets and knits, so she should be able to figure them out for me!  Soooo cute!

Not sure if mine would enjoy them or go on strike and tear them up

Italian Momma of twin preteen boys, one toddler girl, one Golden Retriever, 5 cats, 3 rats, 1 giant bunny, a hamster, 2 fainting goats, ducks, chickens, and a pot bellied piggy. Originally from the south Jersey Shore, but following my dream of having a farm.  Learning every day!

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Italian Momma of twin preteen boys, one toddler girl, one Golden Retriever, 5 cats, 3 rats, 1 giant bunny, a hamster, 2 fainting goats, ducks, chickens, and a pot bellied piggy. Originally from the south Jersey Shore, but following my dream of having a farm.  Learning every day!

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post #21403 of 65559
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Originally Posted by AUNT KAT View Post

 

Not sure if mine would enjoy them or go on strike and tear them up

I have been amazed at how tolerable the chickens have been to weird things.... the hen aprons bothered them for about a minute... then actied like they weren't even there, we used blinders on a couple of the hens and again, within a minute or two they just act like they aren't there.

 

Biggest hurdle I can think of with the capes would be preventing them from slipping off of one side or the other.... and the other hens making fun of them!  gig.gif

 

would be neat to give one or two a try

post #21404 of 65559
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Originally Posted by Reyvaughn View Post

Wanted to share... 'cuz I should be there!

 

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Yup I am going !! 

My little feathery, webbed feet, water proof, billed babies are everything to me. 

Check out my blog at: 
http://backyardducks.blogspot.com/    

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My little feathery, webbed feet, water proof, billed babies are everything to me. 

Check out my blog at: 
http://backyardducks.blogspot.com/    

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post #21405 of 65559

The positioning was just right o.o I wasnt really biting it... I swear!

My little feathery, webbed feet, water proof, billed babies are everything to me. 

Check out my blog at: 
http://backyardducks.blogspot.com/    

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My little feathery, webbed feet, water proof, billed babies are everything to me. 

Check out my blog at: 
http://backyardducks.blogspot.com/    

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post #21406 of 65559
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Originally Posted by Lilbrownie View Post



Thought u all might like this, also have an adorable one on my camera with the little guy up on top of both moms in the nest box!! All you see is fluff n a little grey fluff ball!


Awwwwwwwwww!!!!!  So cute!

Highland Hills Cackleberries & Hoppers 

Black, Blue, and Splash Mottled Bantam Cochins

Blue Eyed White, Chestnut, & Chinchilla Netherland Dwarfs

http://www.hhcackleberriesandhoppers.com/home/

http://lebanonpoultryfanciers.wordpress.com/

 

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Highland Hills Cackleberries & Hoppers 

Black, Blue, and Splash Mottled Bantam Cochins

Blue Eyed White, Chestnut, & Chinchilla Netherland Dwarfs

http://www.hhcackleberriesandhoppers.com/home/

http://lebanonpoultryfanciers.wordpress.com/

 

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post #21407 of 65559

Cubalaya chicks. 2 weeks old.

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Wing's duck eggs are pipping. One already has its bill out.

1 Wife, 2 Kids, 1 Great Dane, 1 Cat, ducks, geese and chickens
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1 Wife, 2 Kids, 1 Great Dane, 1 Cat, ducks, geese and chickens
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post #21409 of 65559

I talked a few days ago about concern for one of the chicks coughing.

It turned out to be my biggest chick "Big Sammy" learning how to crow.

I was able to get one on video. It is so funny watching them grow up

They are now almost 7 weeks old. This was yesterday morning.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xv8xwbcuFKo

post #21410 of 65559
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Originally Posted by eweaber View Post

Wing's duck eggs are pipping. One already has its bill out.

wish I could say the same for these call duck eggs,,,,getting a little worried, not seeing much movement....but then they are call ducks, never been able to hatch one yet.

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