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post #19021 of 20956
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Originally Posted by drumstick diva View Post
 

Bonnie and Clyde are adorable!:love

 

Thank you! And in about a week they'll have lots of friends to play with. 

post #19022 of 20956

Just took some pics of my flock on this frosty morning

 

 

 

On this turken hen you can see some white on her upper leg, it is weird looking 

 

 

Is this partridge or what

 

This is the top hen

 

 

 

This is the hen that got white spots this year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #19023 of 20956
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Originally Posted by Phill98 View Post
 

Just took some pics of my flock on this frosty morning

 

 

 

 

Loved your pics - I especially liked this one - it needs a funny caption!!!

 

- Ant Farm

post #19024 of 20956
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Originally Posted by Fire Ant Farm View Post

Loved your pics - I especially liked this one - it needs a funny caption!!!

- Ant Farm

I was taking pic of the girls behind her and didn't even notice she was there until I looked the photo!😂😂
post #19025 of 20956

Still haven't named her, still interested in seeing how she feathers, she almost seems like she has blue hues coming in;

Anyone have any guesses on her feathering?

 

Here's our big boy, he's just... something else. A total sweet heart. He doesn't have a name yet, but the moment he hears us  coming, he's nothing but chirps and jumping up on perches and feeders until he take the screens off and give him love. (A sweetie AND a fast grower? I'm thinking he's gonna be the base of where I start my broiler NNs) 

 

Here's our other boy. He's turning to be a stunner, so long as he's well behaved, we're planning on keeping him around; 

Anyone wanna guess how he'll feather out too? He seems to be peppered with white.

 

 

Here's "Ebony", she's our biggest girl, the other girl was feeling skittish and I wasn't up to wrangling her from the legbars (who she tends to prefer....she's flown the coop. :P) 

Sulmtalers (Wheaten & Silver Wheaten) - Naked Necks - Ayam Cemani -  Cream Legbars - Heritage Narragansett Turkeys 

 

Bane Micro Farm - Come check us out!

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Sulmtalers (Wheaten & Silver Wheaten) - Naked Necks - Ayam Cemani -  Cream Legbars - Heritage Narragansett Turkeys 

 

Bane Micro Farm - Come check us out!

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post #19026 of 20956

Double post.... Whoops 


Edited by GabrielBane - 12/17/16 at 9:53am

Sulmtalers (Wheaten & Silver Wheaten) - Naked Necks - Ayam Cemani -  Cream Legbars - Heritage Narragansett Turkeys 

 

Bane Micro Farm - Come check us out!

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Sulmtalers (Wheaten & Silver Wheaten) - Naked Necks - Ayam Cemani -  Cream Legbars - Heritage Narragansett Turkeys 

 

Bane Micro Farm - Come check us out!

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post #19027 of 20956
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Originally Posted by GabrielBane View Post
 

Still haven't named her, still interested in seeing how she feathers, she almost seems like she has blue hues coming in;

Anyone have any guesses on her feathering?

 

 

 

Anyone wanna guess how he'll feather out too? He seems to be peppered with white.

 

 

 

 

 

I'm thinking that both of these chicks will feather out favoring buff tones with either silver and/or black in the tail feathers and wing tips.

post #19028 of 20956
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Originally Posted by Phill98 View Post
 

Just took some pics of my flock on this frosty morning

 

 

 

On this turken hen you can see some white on her upper leg, it is weird looking 

 

 

Is this partridge or what

 

This is the top hen

 

 

 

This is the hen that got white spots this year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

nice flock. some of them have unusual colours. and your roo is so handsome!

post #19029 of 20956
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Originally Posted by GabrielBane View Post
 

Still haven't named her, still interested in seeing how she feathers, she almost seems like she has blue hues coming in;

Anyone have any guesses on her feathering?

 

Here's our big boy, he's just... something else. A total sweet heart. He doesn't have a name yet, but the moment he hears us  coming, he's nothing but chirps and jumping up on perches and feeders until he take the screens off and give him love. (A sweetie AND a fast grower? I'm thinking he's gonna be the base of where I start my broiler NNs) 

 

Here's our other boy. He's turning to be a stunner, so long as he's well behaved, we're planning on keeping him around; 

Anyone wanna guess how he'll feather out too? He seems to be peppered with white.

 

 

Here's "Ebony", she's our biggest girl, the other girl was feeling skittish and I wasn't up to wrangling her from the legbars (who she tends to prefer....she's flown the coop. :P) 

:love

post #19030 of 20956

Hey, check this out - I was looking for something else, and saw a link for a "better slower growing broiler" for the chickens at Whole Foods. Looks like their broilers are all white Naked Necks!

 

http://crystallakefarms.com

 

- Ant Farm 

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