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LOL - there ya go! Good one!

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A gun without a person to use it.....is just a paperweight.

 

A chicken without a person to love it..... is just a lonely midget T-Rex. XD

The only thing that can stop a bad guy with a rooster, is a good guy with a rooster.

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Molon Labe Pullum

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A gun without a person to use it.....is just a paperweight.

 

A chicken without a person to love it..... is just a lonely midget T-Rex. XD

 

Especially when the chicken looks like this....

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A gun without a person to use it.....is just a paperweight.

 

A chicken without a person to love it..... is just a lonely midget T-Rex. XD

 

Especially when the chicken looks like this....

hahah! awwwwwww I would still love them <3 and crochet them little sweaters, and their names would be Curly and Nessie. 

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hahah! awwwwwww I would still love them <3 and crochet them little sweaters, and their names would be Curly and Nessie. 

 

I'm actually acquainted with several people who breed and keep scaleless chickens (the genetic condition that renders these birds completely naked). They do, in fact, make clothing for them, and some of the outfits they design are highly entertaining. 

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hahah! awwwwwww I would still love them <3 and crochet them little sweaters, and their names would be Curly and Nessie. 

 

I'm actually acquainted with several people who breed and keep scaleless chickens (the genetic condition that renders these birds completely naked). They do, in fact, make clothing for them, and some of the outfits they design are highly entertaining. 

*gasps* like Gucci designer sweaters and ski masks and binies!?! and saddles with little crochet people on them!

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*gasps* like Gucci designer sweaters and ski masks and binies!?! and saddles with little crochet people on them!

 

LOL! Not quite...but one outfit made the cockerel look a bit like a Jedi. 

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*gasps* like Gucci designer sweaters and ski masks and binies!?! and saddles with little crochet people on them!

 

LOL! Not quite...but one outfit made the cockerel look a bit like a Jedi. 

omg thats awesome XD I've seen turtleneck sweaters on a chicken before, very stylish, very cute, and they even kept them warm at night.

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Sure. Keep my posted. Several of my NNs carry the blue and green egg genes, and still have single combs. I also get some lovely buff barring in some of the boys, and also some feathered shanks. I always breed for favorable temperament, and divide my flock into egg layers vs. meat birds. The pretty colors are a bonus. Here are few of my cockerels/roosters:









😱 I'm in awe! They are beautiful!!! Can't wait till my gator is empty to get some eggs!
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