Originally Posted by Banaynaychicken
Oh so I got 2 baby chickens for my birthday, a Red Easter Egger, and a Speckled sussex. They are so cute! This is Doobie, the Speckled Sussex,
This is Gladys, the Easter Egger.
This is when I first brought them home. They hated the car ride XD
I might be getting a few more here pretty soon! Just gotta get my math grade up XD the ACE on 22nd street in Tucson has baby chickens right now, and I really wanna get some of their Naked Necks! Too bad they dont have silkies though, They have barred rocks, Rhode Island Reds, and every Wyandotte you could hope for XD.
Yay! A NN lover! I've been raising and breeding NNs for over a year now and they've become one of my absolute favorite breeds. It always tickles me to "meet" someone who can appreciate the breed. And now I'm going to take this opportunity to share some photos of some of my favorite NNs from my most recent hatch.
This is Zazzle, a 20-week old cockerel in this photo that I'm keeping for breeding purposes in my meat bird flock.
This is Pepper, another 20-week old NN/Australorp mixed cockerel that I'm keeping for my egg laying breeding program.
And this is little Princess, a rather petite pure NN girl that will probably lay olive green eggs given her parentage.
And this is some of my first generation parent stock:
This is Zen, one of my sweetest and most serene chickens.
Shiloh, my primary meat breeding bird. (He weighed in at 11 lbs yesterday!)
Heisenberg, my favorite rooster. (He's a lap rooster!)
And Heisenberg + Zen's son, Ozzy: