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There is a Poultry Auction  on Saturdays in Chehalis Washington on Coal Creek Rd. Commission is only 15%. Real nice barn and setup. The barn is to be heated to keep both sellers buyers and bird warm durring the cold winter months. swing by and check it out if you like. Freindly faces and hot coffie. chat up with fellow bird lovers.D:weee

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Hello ,I'm just starting my new hen home.My husband got me a wonderful new hen house for Christmas.I grew up around chickens ,but it's been awhile,I want about 6-8 hens ,What are the least agressive,We have kids,and the best layers. Thanks.DM

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I really like the Brahma variety I have Light Brahmas and I love them. They are not aggressive, they are a very hearty and pretty bird!

They lay extra large brown eggs!  

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The auction is a fun family outing even if you're not interested in selling or buying anything.  The animals as well as the people are fun to watch!

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Most hens, especially those you have raised from chicks, are calm and may even seem friendly....getting underfoot as you work in the coop or the yard.  In my experience, brown egg layers tend to be a bit calmer than white egg layers  but there are exceptions especially chicks which are gently and frequently handled from day one.  I have never had any hens which are aggressive.  Roosters on the other hand can be aggressive and protective of their girls and you may want to avoid having them.  The hens will lay just fine without a rooster on hand.

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