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I adopted 3 red gold chicks. they are about a month old. I was told Ishould put nose rings on them. where do I purchase these?


Edited by micayc - 7/7/11 at 4:56am
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1 Understanding Hubby,4 kids,3 dogs,1 lovebird,4 cats,peafowl,RIR,buff&Lavender orps,jersey giants,crested polish,turkens, Lemon Cuckoo Orps,chocolate&exchequer leghorns,swedish flower,blue,white & black marans,rossian O, showgirls & silkies in white,black & red,1 pig,1 cow,turkeys,red golden pheasants & a few barnyard chickens!what?Am I crazy?No,addicted! http://www.circlecfarm08.webs.com/
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post #2 of 6

I use perfect peepers from cutler supply. They work great but i wouldnt put them on your pheasants til they are 6 weeks old at least. Also with only three babies i wouldnt think you would need them. i only use them when i have 20+ pheasants in a pen.

pair of pekin ducks, a flock of guineas, trio of red goldens, quad of yellow goldens, 1 white peacock, 3 india blues, 2 india blues split to white, pair of elliotts, pair of normal mandarins, pair of white mandarins, a flock of silver laced polish, pair of snowy calls, trio of gold laced polish frizzles, trio of silver pheasants, and  about 75 ringnecks. many more to come hopefully
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pair of pekin ducks, a flock of guineas, trio of red goldens, quad of yellow goldens, 1 white peacock, 3 india blues, 2 india blues split to white, pair of elliotts, pair of normal mandarins, pair of white mandarins, a flock of silver laced polish, pair of snowy calls, trio of gold laced polish frizzles, trio of silver pheasants, and  about 75 ringnecks. many more to come hopefully
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post #3 of 6

Have to agree. Red goldens normally are not aggressive and with only three you shouldn't need them.

post #4 of 6

i'm close to pa, if you know anyone with a red golden hen let me know, i have a lonely boy wink

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millie fleur cochins, capuchine, homing and american giant homer pigeons and red golden pheasants

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Wittsend, Home of champion bred miniature smooth dachshunds

millie fleur cochins, capuchine, homing and american giant homer pigeons and red golden pheasants

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post #5 of 6

Why would you put a nose ring in a bird? That seems odd.

I've often thought of piercing some of the ears of the chickens with hangy earlobes tho. Just kidding!

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Variety is the spice of life. Too many to list anymore!

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Originally Posted by wbruder17 

Why would you put a nose ring in a bird? That seems odd.

I've often thought of piercing some of the ears of the chickens with hangy earlobes tho. Just kidding!


to keep them from pecking each other and prevent any chance of cannibalism but mostly for not pecking each other

pair of pekin ducks, a flock of guineas, trio of red goldens, quad of yellow goldens, 1 white peacock, 3 india blues, 2 india blues split to white, pair of elliotts, pair of normal mandarins, pair of white mandarins, a flock of silver laced polish, pair of snowy calls, trio of gold laced polish frizzles, trio of silver pheasants, and  about 75 ringnecks. many more to come hopefully
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pair of pekin ducks, a flock of guineas, trio of red goldens, quad of yellow goldens, 1 white peacock, 3 india blues, 2 india blues split to white, pair of elliotts, pair of normal mandarins, pair of white mandarins, a flock of silver laced polish, pair of snowy calls, trio of gold laced polish frizzles, trio of silver pheasants, and  about 75 ringnecks. many more to come hopefully
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