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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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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.

 

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, + 11 wonderful kids who call me 'Grandma' & a sweet mother who is my partner in crime ~ Imported Orpingtons -BBS, Lavender, Gold Laced, Jubilee, Chocolate, Partridge, Crele, White, Cuckoo, & More! ~TheFancyChick.com~

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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, + 11 wonderful kids who call me 'Grandma' & a sweet mother who is my partner in crime ~ Imported Orpingtons -BBS, Lavender, Gold Laced, Jubilee, Chocolate, Partridge, Crele, White, Cuckoo, & More! ~TheFancyChick.com~

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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, + 11 wonderful kids who call me 'Grandma' & a sweet mother who is my partner in crime ~ Imported Orpingtons -BBS, Lavender, Gold Laced, Jubilee, Chocolate, Partridge, Crele, White, Cuckoo, & More! ~TheFancyChick.com~

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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, + 11 wonderful kids who call me 'Grandma' & a sweet mother who is my partner in crime ~ Imported Orpingtons -BBS, Lavender, Gold Laced, Jubilee, Chocolate, Partridge, Crele, White, Cuckoo, & More! ~TheFancyChick.com~

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post #7406 of 20756


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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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



 

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

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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

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post #7407 of 20756

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:

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



 



 

post #7408 of 20756

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 20756

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

                             *Pure English Orpington Breeder *

* Spangle/Mottle Orpingtons* *Partridge Orpingtons* Jubilee Orpingtons *Silver Laced Orpingtons *BBS Orpingtons * English Lavenders* *LF Chocolates* *Chocolate bantam* *Red Orpingtons*

* Autumn Farm Orpingtons *

  

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                             *Pure English Orpington Breeder *

* Spangle/Mottle Orpingtons* *Partridge Orpingtons* Jubilee Orpingtons *Silver Laced Orpingtons *BBS Orpingtons * English Lavenders* *LF Chocolates* *Chocolate bantam* *Red Orpingtons*

* Autumn Farm Orpingtons *

  

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post #7410 of 20756

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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