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My Heart is Broken... I miss you my Sweet Sophie Puff Diva Chicken....
Living and working on a Zoo farm - 300 plus chickens, fancy pigeons, Sebbies geese, turkey, crested ducks, peafowl, ornamental pheasant and ducks, Black swans, Egyptian geese, African Crowned Cranes, Emu, fainting goats, mini zebu, mini horses,mini donkey, alpacas, llamas, horses, 5 Great Pyrenees and a cat.
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My Heart is Broken... I miss you my Sweet Sophie Puff Diva Chicken....
Living and working on a Zoo farm - 300 plus chickens, fancy pigeons, Sebbies geese, turkey, crested ducks, peafowl, ornamental pheasant and ducks, Black swans, Egyptian geese, African Crowned Cranes, Emu, fainting goats, mini zebu, mini horses,mini donkey, alpacas, llamas, horses, 5 Great Pyrenees and a cat.
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Nice pictures everyone! One of my bared rocks has fluffy butt right now. I'll have to grab a picture in the next day or so.

Joe, Currently residing in SE PA on a plot of land that is way to tiny!
Owned by: My GF, 1 Golden Retriever; Daisey, 1 German Shepard; Ginger, 1 Black lab mix; Prescious, and 2 Barred rock hens; Oreo and Lacey.
"Lifes a garden; Dig It!"

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Joe, Currently residing in SE PA on a plot of land that is way to tiny!
Owned by: My GF, 1 Golden Retriever; Daisey, 1 German Shepard; Ginger, 1 Black lab mix; Prescious, and 2 Barred rock hens; Oreo and Lacey.
"Lifes a garden; Dig It!"

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OMG - LOL!  Can't tell whether that's a look of relief or embarrassment smile

Amy

Happily chicken addicted since ... well, forever I guess, but haven't had chickens till now!  With 3 Cuckoo Marans, 3 EEs (RIP Speckle), 3 Buff Brahmas...and counting...Every day's an adventure in Chickenland...

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Amy

Happily chicken addicted since ... well, forever I guess, but haven't had chickens till now!  With 3 Cuckoo Marans, 3 EEs (RIP Speckle), 3 Buff Brahmas...and counting...Every day's an adventure in Chickenland...

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Originally Posted by BeccaSmith 


She is gorgeous! What kind is she? I must know!


They are both blue laced red wyandottes...from a HATCHERY!

Permitted wildlife rehabber, specializing in the North American Bobcat

 

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Permitted wildlife rehabber, specializing in the North American Bobcat

 

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Big Sissy had to get in on this!
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If you aren't living for something, you are dying for nothing.

Don't trouble Trouble until Trouble troubles you!
My lady be wary and heed to the lines of this verse: To let a fool kiss you is stupid, to let a kiss fool you is worse.

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If you aren't living for something, you are dying for nothing.

Don't trouble Trouble until Trouble troubles you!
My lady be wary and heed to the lines of this verse: To let a fool kiss you is stupid, to let a kiss fool you is worse.

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I love these butts!

I can't wait for my chickens just so I can take pictures of butts.

My chicken coop is now inhabited by chickens!

 

RIP June the chicken 4/23/13

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My chicken coop is now inhabited by chickens!

 

RIP June the chicken 4/23/13

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gotta love those big butted chickens! thumbsup

Mama (and Papa) to 1 RIR, 2 EE, 1 BR mix, 1 Leghorn, 1 Dominique, 6 Unknown chicklets, 2 cats, 1 dog, 1 childish husband, and a partridge in a pear tree. Ok... I'm kidding about the pear tree. It's a fig tree.

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Mama (and Papa) to 1 RIR, 2 EE, 1 BR mix, 1 Leghorn, 1 Dominique, 6 Unknown chicklets, 2 cats, 1 dog, 1 childish husband, and a partridge in a pear tree. Ok... I'm kidding about the pear tree. It's a fig tree.

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Originally Posted by BeccaSmith 


She is gorgeous! What kind is she? I must know!


They are both blue laced red wyandottes...from a HATCHERY!


What a gorgeous chicken!  I had golden laced wyandottes that were really skittish, beautiful birds but not friendly at all despite being handled a great deal when young.  What's her temperament like?

Amy

Happily chicken addicted since ... well, forever I guess, but haven't had chickens till now!  With 3 Cuckoo Marans, 3 EEs (RIP Speckle), 3 Buff Brahmas...and counting...Every day's an adventure in Chickenland...

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Amy

Happily chicken addicted since ... well, forever I guess, but haven't had chickens till now!  With 3 Cuckoo Marans, 3 EEs (RIP Speckle), 3 Buff Brahmas...and counting...Every day's an adventure in Chickenland...

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Originally Posted by kari_dawn 
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Originally Posted by BeccaSmith 


She is gorgeous! What kind is she? I must know!


They are both blue laced red wyandottes...from a HATCHERY!


What a gorgeous chicken!  I had golden laced wyandottes that were really skittish, beautiful birds but not friendly at all despite being handled a great deal when young.  What's her temperament like?


Is she from MyPetChicken this past May? I have one of those, and she (Florrie) is the fluffiest, most beautiful girl I've got. She started out very sedate and approachable, but not pushy. She is now the most aloof, and avoids physical contact whenever possible. She is also (I think) one of my non-laying hold-outs. My JG & BO have been laying regularly for about two months. My two Wyandottes, Florrie(BLRW) and Sylvie (SLW, who has a crossed beak) are still unproven. Agnes (JG) and Pearl (BO) have been caught in the act, and are very vocal, squatting, egg-song singers. I'm not expecting too much from Sylvie, I don't know that she's eating well enough to develope to the point of laying. And Florrie is the last to show any of the other signs, like squatting, or singing.Although, her comb and wattles have just in the last week or so, started to turn from bubble-gum pink to something closer to red. Perhaps there is hope yet. But I must admit, she is absolutely gorgeous.

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1 JG, 1BO, 1 BLRW, 1 special-needs SLW(r.i.p. 4-21-12), 1 newly added EE/Blue Andelusian, 1 Bichon-Pom, 3 cats(r.i.p. Gus, 6-16-12), 2 grown kids, and 1 DH.

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1 JG, 1BO, 1 BLRW, 1 special-needs SLW(r.i.p. 4-21-12), 1 newly added EE/Blue Andelusian, 1 Bichon-Pom, 3 cats(r.i.p. Gus, 6-16-12), 2 grown kids, and 1 DH.

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Goslings fluffy butts
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Muscovy ducklings fluff butts
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“You can’t really begin to appreciate life until it has knocked you down a few times. You can’t really begin to appreciate love until your heart has been broken. And you can’t really begin to appreciate happiness until you’ve known sadness. Once you’ve walked through the valley, the view from the mountaintop is breathtaking"

 

 

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“You can’t really begin to appreciate life until it has knocked you down a few times. You can’t really begin to appreciate love until your heart has been broken. And you can’t really begin to appreciate happiness until you’ve known sadness. Once you’ve walked through the valley, the view from the mountaintop is breathtaking"

 

 

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