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post #111 of 172
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Originally Posted by jmagill 

This works!

http://americansussex.com

This does not!

http://americansussexbreeders.webs.com/


The top link was a test run from someone that wanted to help, it needs to be deleted.

The bottom link belongs to us and it looks like they have repaired the problem. All websites work again.

"IT'S FREE" To join the American Sussex Association: http://americansussexbreeders.webs.com
You don't have to own Sussex to join, but once you get them you are HOOKED...

American Sussex Association President
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"IT'S FREE" To join the American Sussex Association: http://americansussexbreeders.webs.com
You don't have to own Sussex to join, but once you get them you are HOOKED...

American Sussex Association President
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post #112 of 172

YAY! ya

BYC Member since 4/11/2002 Welsummers and Champagne d'Argents

                                     WCNA & ASCA Member

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BYC Member since 4/11/2002 Welsummers and Champagne d'Argents

                                     WCNA & ASCA Member

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post #113 of 172

Hello Everyone,

We have added some New Pages to the website http://americansussexbreeders.webs.com

And we also have 10 New Members ya thank you for joining our small family we are growing little by little.

Thanks again to all our New Members.

"IT'S FREE" To join the American Sussex Association: http://americansussexbreeders.webs.com
You don't have to own Sussex to join, but once you get them you are HOOKED...

American Sussex Association President
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"IT'S FREE" To join the American Sussex Association: http://americansussexbreeders.webs.com
You don't have to own Sussex to join, but once you get them you are HOOKED...

American Sussex Association President
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post #114 of 172

Do you have any literature I can bring to the Monroe, WA show next month? I'd be happy to have a few flyers and information promoting the club....

Rare Feathers Farm is located just outside of Okanogan, Washington. We specialize in rare and critically endangered poultry.
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Rare Feathers Farm is located just outside of Okanogan, Washington. We specialize in rare and critically endangered poultry.
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post #115 of 172

Thanks Janie! I am getting some eggs this week (hopefully tomorrow!) out of these birds below! Our last attempt at Buff sussex failed. Eggs were either to cold in shipment or something. have some from Georgia in the incubator. Hopefully we will have a nice breeding pen this fall from these two orders! Again thanks Janie!

How much does your male weigh?

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Originally Posted by JanieMarie 

Oh oh I checked the pics on the site and the pic shown for the hen is actually my big daddy rooster pictured as a cockerel!  Here is a nice pic of a hen you can use:

[url]http://i437.photobucket.com/albums/qq98/jhultmatt/Buff%20Sussex/1030131.jpg[/url]

That greenfire rooster is her daddy and she is also a cross between the greenfire line and the canadian line.  They are producing really beautiful birds and I'm really pleased cuz I lost big daddy rooster last summer to crop impaction.  I was really bummed!  Here is a new rooster from this cross too.  He is definitely his father's son and I almost like him better!  I'm just about ready to set eggs to check fertility on these!  Yay!

[url]http://i437.photobucket.com/albums/qq98/jhultmatt/1030130.jpg[/url]


Edited by HallFamilyFarm - 3/9/11 at 2:48pm

An emergency came up. Prayers needed. Be back on 4/28/14 or later.

Hall Family Farm specializes in Heritage breeds of poultry.

Buff Orpingtons are our favorite. We also have: Black, Blue and White Orpington, Australorp, Red Dorking

Dark Brahma, Buff Minorca, Arkansas Blues, American Buff Geese, Narragansett Turkeys.

Jahdan is working with several more.

 

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An emergency came up. Prayers needed. Be back on 4/28/14 or later.

Hall Family Farm specializes in Heritage breeds of poultry.

Buff Orpingtons are our favorite. We also have: Black, Blue and White Orpington, Australorp, Red Dorking

Dark Brahma, Buff Minorca, Arkansas Blues, American Buff Geese, Narragansett Turkeys.

Jahdan is working with several more.

 

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post #116 of 172
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I hope everyone is getting lots of eggs and ALL are fertile jumpyGOOD LUCK on everyones hatch this year.

Steve

post #117 of 172
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Originally Posted by Choctaw Valley Farm 

I hope everyone is getting lots of eggs and ALL are fertile jumpyGOOD LUCK on everyones hatch this year.

Steve


Hi Steve! I have tons of fertile eggs. Can't incubate them all, so we eat them. tongue Ohhhhh, that is what they are for, right? big_smile

RIP my son, Michael Bonham, Jr. 1972-2013

A son, brother, friend, wrestler, father, Army Airborne Ranger, wrestling coach, and so much more....

A memorial video with some of his (too short) life HERE.

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RIP my son, Michael Bonham, Jr. 1972-2013

A son, brother, friend, wrestler, father, Army Airborne Ranger, wrestling coach, and so much more....

A memorial video with some of his (too short) life HERE.

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post #118 of 172

Hi Jim
Not sure how much this guy weighs.  But I call him Big Sir if thats any indication.  Only way to know for sure is to climb on the scale holding him but then I guess I'd have to know how much I weigh!  big_smile

Fertility checked out better than I expected for my last hatch but still not 100%.  I have 2 roos in this pen.  The other guy is just as beautiful but not quite the size.  The thing that's impressing me out of these hens is the size of their eggs.  Quite large and beautiful!  And they've turned out to be very good and consistent layers.  They layed all through our MN winter.

Here's wishing you a fantastic hatch!

And Yup Kathy after all thats what they're for!!

Mother of 3 grown daughters, 1 old goat - boyfriend, 2 horses, 3 barn cats, BLRW, Light & Buff Sussex and my bird dog Gus.

Why buy the whole pig just for a little sausage!
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Mother of 3 grown daughters, 1 old goat - boyfriend, 2 horses, 3 barn cats, BLRW, Light & Buff Sussex and my bird dog Gus.

Why buy the whole pig just for a little sausage!
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post #119 of 172

I am brand new on here and brand new to Chickens but that is what I have well2 of those SS they 6 weeks 3 days and thsy are my favorite!!I will have pic's up very soon busy building new coop and spring cleaning and such,,plus I just keep playin with the chicks!! they are kinda a distaction LOL

give me leverage and I will lift the world
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give me leverage and I will lift the world
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post #120 of 172
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by kathyinmo 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Choctaw Valley Farm 

I hope everyone is getting lots of eggs and ALL are fertile jumpyGOOD LUCK on everyones hatch this year.

Steve


Hi Steve! I have tons of fertile eggs. Can't incubate them all, so we eat them. tongue Ohhhhh, that is what they are for, right? big_smile


I hear ya we have 2 incubators running now all 6 trays full so I may have to fire up #3 and maybe #4, I have been working on our brooder house making it bigger last year had around 350 chicks in it at one time way to small, so adding two new roles I hope we have enough room this year. lol

Steve

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