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*For talking about the Australop breed and it's colour's including White,Blue,And slplash. Pics are welcomed *

i have just my first dozen of black Australop chicks to day. I hope to get a few blue of splash chicks this year to

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Here's one of my 3 girls... They were the first hens we got. I really enjoy having them around - nice eggs, and great mommies!!
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/27475_img_2737.jpg

Here's another hen babying chicks that are about 3.5 months old - she stuffed 4 chicks underneath her... Well, she gave it her best shot lol !
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/27475_img_0724.jpg

Kids: 4 dogs, 1 PB Pig, 2 cats, 12 horses, 4 goats, 2 mini donkeys, 3 silkie ducks, of course our flock of chickies & my hubby !! Life would be SO boring without them!
Breeding: Polish, Seramas, & Silkie Ducks! 
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Kids: 4 dogs, 1 PB Pig, 2 cats, 12 horses, 4 goats, 2 mini donkeys, 3 silkie ducks, of course our flock of chickies & my hubby !! Life would be SO boring without them!
Breeding: Polish, Seramas, & Silkie Ducks! 
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Awww! How cute!

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here are some chick pic's
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/24247_picture_006.jpg
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/24247_picture_005.jpg
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/24247_picture_004.jpg

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does any one know the the started of proftiocnon for the Black Australorps?

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I need some help.  I didn't post in the emergency cuz I don't have my camera right now.

this is my first time with them and I only have 1 that survied the trip, but you know the smallest toe on the chick?  Well mine doesn't have a nail and it looks like a bump on both toes.  Is that normal for them?  I couldn't tell in the pictures if thier toes looked the same or not.

Thanks everyone, I am kind of worried.

Tracy

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I need some help.  I didn't post in the emergency cuz I don't have my camera right now.

this is my first time with them and I only have 1 that survied the trip, but you know the smallest toe on the chick?  Well mine doesn't have a nail and it looks like a bump on both toes.  Is that normal for them?  I couldn't tell in the pictures if thier toes looked the same or not.

Thanks everyone, I am kind of worried.

Tracy


i go down and check mine

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yes they all have a tiny to nail.

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One of the first breeds I started with over 30 years ago.  Very nice birds and great layers, though their eggs are kinda light in color.   I'll try to get some pics of my ladies that I have on the farm these days.

I dig Blonde chicks.........
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I dig Blonde chicks.........
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They are awesome birds! I love my girls, they're my favorite breed! Always lay these huge eggs, and I love their personality!

Crazy housewife with a tolerant husband, 1 daughter (rawr), 1 son, 1 westie, 2 german shepherds, 1 ragdoll cat, 1 RIR, 2 new hampshire reds, 6 Australorps, , 1 SLW, 2 barred rocks, 2 japanese bantams,  5 cochins, 3 polish, 6 Golden Comets, 5 buff brhamas, 5 EE, 2 speckled sussex, and 1 Rat named Lucky... LOVIN' LIFE!
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Crazy housewife with a tolerant husband, 1 daughter (rawr), 1 son, 1 westie, 2 german shepherds, 1 ragdoll cat, 1 RIR, 2 new hampshire reds, 6 Australorps, , 1 SLW, 2 barred rocks, 2 japanese bantams,  5 cochins, 3 polish, 6 Golden Comets, 5 buff brhamas, 5 EE, 2 speckled sussex, and 1 Rat named Lucky... LOVIN' LIFE!
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