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post #6731 of 11359

I just hatched the roundest BLRW chick!  name is going to be "bubba" for sure ;)

 

 

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post #6732 of 11359

Merry Christmas everyone.  God bless you all.

post #6733 of 11359

Merry Christmas!

Donna  -   Wife and mother of 3 boys 28, 6 and 4.... yes you read that right smile.png  With God ALL things are possible.

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Donna  -   Wife and mother of 3 boys 28, 6 and 4.... yes you read that right smile.png  With God ALL things are possible.

Lavender Copper Marans Chick AUCTION

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Mega Bator --- Pallet Breeding Pens --- Pallet brooders/Growout Pens

Lavender Ameraucana Breeders Thread

Tennessee Breeders List

Homeschooling Thread

 

 

 

 

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post #6734 of 11359
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Merry Christmas to you too!!
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Merry Christmas everyone!

Wyandottes in : Silver Laced, Blue Laced Red,  Blue/Black and White. Bantam in Partridge and Silver Penciled.

 

Check out our website at: nittanywyandottes.weebly.com

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Wyandottes in : Silver Laced, Blue Laced Red,  Blue/Black and White. Bantam in Partridge and Silver Penciled.

 

Check out our website at: nittanywyandottes.weebly.com

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post #6735 of 11359

Thought I would share a "Happy Ending Story" of one of my wyandottes. I bought some LF Partridge Wyandottes up in OH and one of the 4 had a crossed beak. She was scruffy, pail, severely under weight and in general in very poor condition. My guess is she was in a small pen with a lot of birds and with her deformity she just couldn't get what little food there was from the other birds. Once I got her back she was over joyed to see food and gorged herself being fairly aggressive toward the other birds. I brought her and the rooster back to my house in Virginia for the time being while I was at school. The rooster and her were in a nice spacious pen with two other birds. I came back a few months later and I didn't even recognize her. Her feathers were shiny and beautiful, she was round and plump and she was strutting about as happy as a clam. The only way I could tell it was her was because of her cross beak. Just goes to show you just giving them a good environment, fresh water, food and some tender love and care goes a long way :).

 

P.S. - Don't worry she will never be bred because of her skull deformity. She will forever be a happy hen that gives us eating eggs :)

 

 

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DarkStar Farm is a small family farm that sells free range chickens, eggs, and home raised beef (no hormones and all that garbage)....basically, we raise livestock like we do our pets....humanely and with love and respect. www.Facebook.com/Dark.Star.Farm

 

Silver Laced Wyandottes, Blue/Black/Splash Orpingtons, Standard Partridge Wyandottes, Bantam Silver Penciled Wyandottes

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DarkStar Farm is a small family farm that sells free range chickens, eggs, and home raised beef (no hormones and all that garbage)....basically, we raise livestock like we do our pets....humanely and with love and respect. www.Facebook.com/Dark.Star.Farm

 

Silver Laced Wyandottes, Blue/Black/Splash Orpingtons, Standard Partridge Wyandottes, Bantam Silver Penciled Wyandottes

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post #6736 of 11359
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Originally Posted by dracoe19 View Post

Thought I would share a "Happy Ending Story" of one of my wyandottes. I bought some LF Partridge Wyandottes up in OH and one of the 4 had a crossed beak. She was scruffy, pail, severely under weight and in general in very poor condition. My guess is she was in a small pen with a lot of birds and with her deformity she just couldn't get what little food there was from the other birds. Once I got her back she was over joyed to see food and gorged herself being fairly aggressive toward the other birds. I brought her and the rooster back to my house in Virginia for the time being while I was at school. The rooster and her were in a nice spacious pen with two other birds. I came back a few months later and I didn't even recognize her. Her feathers were shiny and beautiful, she was round and plump and she was strutting about as happy as a clam. The only way I could tell it was her was because of her cross beak. Just goes to show you just giving them a good environment, fresh water, food and some tender love and care goes a long way :).

 

P.S. - Don't worry she will never be bred because of her skull deformity. She will forever be a happy hen that gives us eating eggs :)

 

What a pretty girl, her lacing is lovely.  Its wonderful that she found a happy home with you :)

post #6737 of 11359

She's a beauty. Should be more people like you!

The birds in my avatar are our 4 Lakenvelder hens. Please feel free to ask if you would like to know more about this breed! 

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The birds in my avatar are our 4 Lakenvelder hens. Please feel free to ask if you would like to know more about this breed! 

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post #6738 of 11359

Wow dracoe19 ! Amazing difference.  You are a talented artist all the way around, bet your parents are tickled at what a great person you are.

 

Anyone going into lock down tomorrow for the NYDH.  Just slightly excited over here wee.gifwoot.gif

LF: Blue Laced Red , Partridge & Silver Laced Wyandotte ~ Jubiliee, Partridge and Red Orpingtons ~ Blue Partridge Brahma Bantams: * Chocolate Wyandottes, Partridge Wyandotte, Black, White, Blue and ~ Sebastopol Geese  Chickenhillpoultry.com
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LF: Blue Laced Red , Partridge & Silver Laced Wyandotte ~ Jubiliee, Partridge and Red Orpingtons ~ Blue Partridge Brahma Bantams: * Chocolate Wyandottes, Partridge Wyandotte, Black, White, Blue and ~ Sebastopol Geese  Chickenhillpoultry.com
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post #6739 of 11359
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Anyone going into lock down tomorrow for the NYDH.  Just slightly excited over here wee.gifwoot.gif

 No eggs ready here yet.  I moved the blue roo into a new yard with some black hens so I can test breed him.  So far the hens are not allowing him to breed :( 

 

What are you hatching?

post #6740 of 11359
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Originally Posted by Texasmja View Post

 No eggs ready here yet.  I moved the blue roo into a new yard with some black hens so I can test breed him.  So far the hens are not allowing him to breed :( 

 

What are you hatching?

LF - BLR and Partridge * Bantams - Black, Partridge, Chocolates, and 1 SP.  Set some eggs yesterday SL included. 

LF: Blue Laced Red , Partridge & Silver Laced Wyandotte ~ Jubiliee, Partridge and Red Orpingtons ~ Blue Partridge Brahma Bantams: * Chocolate Wyandottes, Partridge Wyandotte, Black, White, Blue and ~ Sebastopol Geese  Chickenhillpoultry.com
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LF: Blue Laced Red , Partridge & Silver Laced Wyandotte ~ Jubiliee, Partridge and Red Orpingtons ~ Blue Partridge Brahma Bantams: * Chocolate Wyandottes, Partridge Wyandotte, Black, White, Blue and ~ Sebastopol Geese  Chickenhillpoultry.com
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