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Have you thought about joining the Dominique Club of America? They have a great breeder's list available, quarterly newsletter, special show awards...$10 well spent!! Visit the clubs website for more information on the club and how to become a member: www.dominiqueclub.org

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NPIP/AI Clean: SC00536O
All-Around Backyard Hobby Farmer

Show Secretary, Dominique Club of America 

http://dominiqueclub.org

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post #52 of 59
I'm wanting to start a flock of these guys , fell in love with them just reading stuff on the net, wanting a good supply of eggs at least a dozen a week and supply my family of 6 with meat
Was thinking. 6 hens and 1 roo. I found some on Craigslist in my area but they look puny and washed out, where is a good place to find them that won't break the bank I'm in eastern nc
post #53 of 59
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Originally Posted by homsteadhippie View Post

I'm wanting to start a flock of these guys , fell in love with them just reading stuff on the net, wanting a good supply of eggs at least a dozen a week and supply my family of 6 with meat
Was thinking. 6 hens and 1 roo. I found some on Craigslist in my area but they look puny and washed out, where is a good place to find them that won't break the bank I'm in eastern nc

See the post above yours. The best way to find local quality breeders is to join the DCA and get the breeders list.
Edited by wsmith - 2/21/14 at 12:55pm

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Windy Ridge Dominiques

American Dominique LF chickens

Mountain Region Director DCA, ALBC, NPIP CO-124, Member Colorado Poultry Association, APA

Southwest El Paso County, CO

 

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W K Smith

Windy Ridge Dominiques

American Dominique LF chickens

Mountain Region Director DCA, ALBC, NPIP CO-124, Member Colorado Poultry Association, APA

Southwest El Paso County, CO

 

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First hatch of the 2014 season. !0 chicks. 35% hatch rate.
Edited by wsmith - 2/25/14 at 6:54am

W K Smith

Windy Ridge Dominiques

American Dominique LF chickens

Mountain Region Director DCA, ALBC, NPIP CO-124, Member Colorado Poultry Association, APA

Southwest El Paso County, CO

 

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W K Smith

Windy Ridge Dominiques

American Dominique LF chickens

Mountain Region Director DCA, ALBC, NPIP CO-124, Member Colorado Poultry Association, APA

Southwest El Paso County, CO

 

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post #55 of 59

  Yes! the Dominique club of america is you'r best place for information on this breed. Monthly articles, past articles, breeder list, and area Representatives interested in promoting the breed are all there, with phone numbers, E-Mail addresses Etc. I got my start with hatching eggs sent from club officers, whose objective was just to promote and save the breed. A great bunch  Cal Walsh Dominique L/F and Bantam breeder,Bantam Phoenix too!  Thanks!

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  Yes! the Dominique club of america is you'r best place for information on this breed. Monthly articles, past articles, breeder list, and area Representatives interested in promoting the breed are all there, with phone numbers, E-Mail addresses Etc. I got my start with hatching eggs sent from club officers, whose objective was just to promote and save the breed. A great bunch  Cal Walsh Dominique L/F and Bantam breeder,Bantam Phoenix too!  Thanks!

What is their website? I, too, am interested in starting a flock of Dominique chickens and breeding them to preserve the breed. TIA!
post #57 of 59
http://www.dominiqueclub.org

Depending were you are I will have some pairs or trios available. I am in Oklahoma

Raise and Show Dominiques and now dabbling in Dark Cornish Bantams with and idea of breeding some Spangles

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Raise and Show Dominiques and now dabbling in Dark Cornish Bantams with and idea of breeding some Spangles

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post #58 of 59

So gorgeous!

post #59 of 59

Anybody know of a Dominique Rooster for sale in Florida? We need one for our Dominique girls! Thanks for any assistance. :-)

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