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Originally Posted by OkChickens View Post

I now can post on this thread! I now have English Double Barred Lemon Cuckoo Orpingtons and Chocolate Orpingtons! I got my Lemon Cuckoos a few weeks ago and I got a Pair of Chocolate Orpingtons today!

 

Nate


Congrats Nate!

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Originally Posted by HappyMtn View Post

Oh you know- those juvies that when you open the coop they're immediately on your shoulder or on your head. My lav ams are always like that too.


Of course!!    I sit on an upside down 5 gallon bucket and they get on my lap  smile.png.

 

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Laugh when you can, cry when you must, work hard, play hard, wear out don't rust! wink.png

Wife to one patient hubby, mother to 4, + 12 wonderful kids who call me 'Grandma'

Imported Orpingtons -BBS, Lavender, Gold Laced, Jubilee, Chocolate, Partridge, Crele,  Cuckoo, & More! ~

Coccidiosis in Chickens -in depth info,   BioSecurity-What does that mean anyway, & why is it important?            

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Originally Posted by jeremy View Post


Congrats Nate!

We love pictures on this thread. pop.gif



The Chocolates look a bit rough right now from the trip today. The Lemon Cuckoo's are only about 3-4 weeks old right now and they are growing good! I was very pleased with the Breeder I bought from and He has Great Parent Stock! I drove down this morning and got back this afternoon. Couple hundred miles but the trip was worth every bit of it! I really would like some English BBS but that will have to wait until this summer/ fall I guess. Is there a Breeder some what close to Tulsa or OKC will have a few for sale this summer? Thank you!

 

Nate

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Oh Marc, your birds are so incredibly beautiful!! love.gif    I want them all big_smile.png

Laugh when you can, cry when you must, work hard, play hard, wear out don't rust! wink.png

Wife to one patient hubby, mother to 4, + 12 wonderful kids who call me 'Grandma'

Imported Orpingtons -BBS, Lavender, Gold Laced, Jubilee, Chocolate, Partridge, Crele,  Cuckoo, & More! ~

Coccidiosis in Chickens -in depth info,   BioSecurity-What does that mean anyway, & why is it important?            

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Laugh when you can, cry when you must, work hard, play hard, wear out don't rust! wink.png

Wife to one patient hubby, mother to 4, + 12 wonderful kids who call me 'Grandma'

Imported Orpingtons -BBS, Lavender, Gold Laced, Jubilee, Chocolate, Partridge, Crele,  Cuckoo, & More! ~

Coccidiosis in Chickens -in depth info,   BioSecurity-What does that mean anyway, & why is it important?            

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post #7406 of 21343


well, i went and did it, ordered an incubator just so i could hatch some of these beauties!! Just stunning birds!

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Originally Posted by jeremy View Post


Congrats Nate!

We love pictures on this thread. pop.gif



The Chocolates look a bit rough right now from the trip today. The Lemon Cuckoo's are only about 3-4 weeks old right now and they are growing good! I was very pleased with the Breeder I bought from and He has Great Parent Stock! I drove down this morning and got back this afternoon. Couple hundred miles but the trip was worth every bit of it! I really would like some English BBS but that will have to wait until this summer/ fall I guess. Is there a Breeder some what close to Tulsa or OKC will have a few for sale this summer? Thank you!

 

Nate



 

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ROBIN-...Love all the feather kids - and yes, they all have names!

Glad you asked...I do run a chicken hospital!

Member of the Derperella Fan Club.... We're all just goin round the rooster here!

 Marek's Giant FAQ 

FACEBOOK CROSSBEAK CAREGIVERS

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post #7407 of 21343

Congratulations, there is no turning back now, celebrate.gifThe link below is a good place to begin your addiction.

http://www.backyardchickens.com/f/36/chicken-hatching-eggs#Quote:

Originally Posted by artsyrobin View Post


well, i went and did it, ordered an incubator just so i could hatch some of these beauties!! Just stunning birds!



 



 

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sigh....just googled how far my home is from your farm......
 

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www.HeirloomOrpingtons.com

 

Marc



 

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post #7409 of 21343

Nate, Happy to hear you finally got your Chocolates!  We love to see pictures!

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Thanks Kidcody, I am still looking for a few Jubilee but unless I find a great dealt that will have to wait a while. How how ling of a wait for 5-6 chicks on the Jubilees? Thanks,

 

Nate

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