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My Shamo chicken

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here are some of my Shamo Chicken I hope you like them

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Edited by 888 - 10/17/10 at 12:28pm
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Whoa!  Looks like velociraptors!

Lavender Orpingtons and one little white Silkie.   Currently seeking a mixed flock of pullets for my hen pen.  ISO Ameraucana - Cinnamon Queens - Black Copper Marans - Olive Eggers = 2 pullets each. 
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Lavender Orpingtons and one little white Silkie.   Currently seeking a mixed flock of pullets for my hen pen.  ISO Ameraucana - Cinnamon Queens - Black Copper Marans - Olive Eggers = 2 pullets each. 
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that is one tall roo

Im a guy that has 1 Light Brown Leghorn Rooster, 1 RIR Light Brown leghorn cross Roo, 9 Hens, a RIR, Black Star, Australorp, 1 Easter Eggers, 2 Cochin mix Banties, White Bearded Silkie, and what looks like a Cuckoo Marans mix hen as pets. and 3 mix breed hens
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Im a guy that has 1 Light Brown Leghorn Rooster, 1 RIR Light Brown leghorn cross Roo, 9 Hens, a RIR, Black Star, Australorp, 1 Easter Eggers, 2 Cochin mix Banties, White Bearded Silkie, and what looks like a Cuckoo Marans mix hen as pets. and 3 mix breed hens
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thanks that roo is about 25 Inches in Height
yep you were right I got about 400- 500 chicken in my farm and  my favorite
are the Japanese silkie Shabua Bantams which I will show you guys later on
I also got Orloffs , Yukohamas, Pheonix, Ko Shamo, Sumatra, wyandotes, orpingtons
cochins, brahmas, Belgian D'uccles, sultans, Pakistani Aseels, Appenzeller Spitzhauben,
Old English Bantams , Modern English, and many others
some local species whic I will reveal later.


Edited by 888 - 10/17/10 at 12:45pm
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in the last picture what are the breeds of the birds with that roo ?

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In the last photo the small ones are the
Antwerp Belgian Bantams or Barbu d'Anvers

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I wonder what the chicks will look like if you cross a Shamo with a d'Uccle...let me image it...  sickbyc

Love the little d'ucles and d'anvers!

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Originally Posted by Desert Rooster 

that is one tall roo


That's what I thought! Did you catch the little hen to the right n the pic?  She has her beak open like she is absolute ahhhh of his size. lol

I'm Shelby!! My wonderful hubby and I have 15 hens (1 Delaware, 1 white Leghorn, 2 mottled Javas, 2 Buckeyes, 2 barred Rocks, 2 Rhode Island Reds, 4 Easter Eggers, 4 Jersey Giants and 4 Welsummers), 1 roo (barred rock), 4 dogs, 2 cats and 3 rabbits...and all spoiled!!
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I'm Shelby!! My wonderful hubby and I have 15 hens (1 Delaware, 1 white Leghorn, 2 mottled Javas, 2 Buckeyes, 2 barred Rocks, 2 Rhode Island Reds, 4 Easter Eggers, 4 Jersey Giants and 4 Welsummers), 1 roo (barred rock), 4 dogs, 2 cats and 3 rabbits...and all spoiled!!
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Hi V Comb
I like to see that but I will show a weird combination
tomorrow if you like to see it and I will challenge everyone
to know the species . I have a bird that is not in the books.

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Originally Posted by BarkerChickens 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Desert Rooster 

that is one tall roo


That's what I thought! Did you catch the little hen to the right n the pic?  She has her beak open like she is absolute ahhhh of his size. lol


Hooooweeeeee lol  I didn't notice that heheheheheheheheh:lol:

I just put the Roo there to have his photo taken , I think they were in a shock

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