@wyorprock thank you 😃 and yes I say around that age because when I purchased my roo(Fluffo) and hen(Fluffy) they were really young, they were 5 months old and pretty big for that age I think mine are English the pullet(Fluffy) was for $25 and the cockerel(Fluffo) was for $20 she sold me the pair for $40 with their own certificates. There was another cockerel that was probably the most beautiful buff orp that I've ever seen, but i decided to give Fluffo a chance and I'm glad that I gave him a chance. He is the sweetest roo I've ever had(yes my little silkie roo is a devil😂 not to me but other chickens) and he is really gentle with the ladies, THEY LOVE HIM!! Edited by bit o poultry19 - 1/14/16 at 11:26am
I think it's so interesting to see everyone's pics! The same breed but each one is a little different. Two of girls hatched a hen and a roo last June and I have them to my mom to start her BO flock (she bought more from Murray as well). His comb is a lot bigger than his daddy's (my roo) which is interesting and he got all of his daddy's good traits
Joyous mama to 2 kiddos, 2 dogs, and 2 chickens!-11 BO's including an awesomely sweet and gentlemanly head roo named Red. Also, 9 Wellies-5 pullets and 1 cockerel named Lars, 4 SS and 2 SLW pullets :D
Is it ok for a show Buff Orpington to have black specs on its tail feathers? I want to show her because she has beautiful coloring and shape but she has black spots on her tail feathers, so i don't know if she will get disqualified or not because of it.
Rhode Island Reds, Wyandottes, Ameraucanas, and Welsummers