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Why arent there any threads discussing the Brahma's?  Just curious I have purchased a pair and just wanted information from other breeders.
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My current gifts from God  16 Toy poodles, 1 BS peacock, 2 BS peahens, 1 white peacock, 1 white peahen, 35 Araucanas, Brabanters 5 adults and 20 chicks, 3 Red Bourbon Turkeys, 10 RB poults, Tolbunt chicks, Imported German Blue Brahmas, Imported English Lemon Pyle Brahmas, Imported Silver Laced Orpingtons, 2 Emus

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My current gifts from God  16 Toy poodles, 1 BS peacock, 2 BS peahens, 1 white peacock, 1 white peahen, 35 Araucanas, Brabanters 5 adults and 20 chicks, 3 Red Bourbon Turkeys, 10 RB poults, Tolbunt chicks, Imported German Blue Brahmas, Imported English Lemon Pyle Brahmas, Imported Silver Laced Orpingtons, 2 Emus

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post #2 of 9

I have been wondering the same thing!

Spent the last half hour looking and ran across this smile

Maybe someone will (or a bunch of someones) see this!!

John old

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Orpingtons~~~Black~~~Blue~~~Lavender~~~White

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hi im looking for show quality buff brahma bantams  i need a roo and two hens around december if youn have any or no any body that has some for sale and is willing to ship them could u email me at dmdr3@yahoo.com caf.gif

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 I found this thread as I was looking for AKA substitute chicken breeds. So hears my little story.--- My family is seriously considering getting chickens, and since me and my sister will be in charge of them we are going to be the ones who pick the breeds(if we get them). Our breeds were EE SS and Campines. So yesterday we went to TSC and although I wasn't surprised........no campines:hit. So I looked at the breeds they will get in at any time and two of them caught my eye Welsumers and Brahmas. So hear is my question-are Brahams good layer (do they lay well in the winter/hole year and do they have a long prim laying period, and better then welsumers) are they really big(how much do they weigh and how tall are they on average) oh yeah and do they do well in confinement and with other birds(EE,SS).I probably should of made my own thread but I thought I would just ask since there are already Brahma owners here. Sorry for all the questions also,I tend to ask a lot.

 

 

P.S sorry if I'm messing up your thread.

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Wait one more question- I could use some picks of Brahma chicks and the adult birds please,I really like they buff ones(I think that is what their called)so I need the chick pics of toughs the most.

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 I found this thread as I was looking for AKA substitute chicken breeds. So hears my little story.--- My family is seriously considering getting chickens, and since me and my sister will be in charge of them we are going to be the ones who pick the breeds(if we get them). Our breeds were EE SS and Campines. So yesterday we went to TSC and although I wasn't surprised........no campines" src="http://files.backyardchickens.com/img/smilies/hit.gif" />. So I looked at the breeds they will get in at any time and two of them caught my eye Welsumers and Brahmas. So hear is my question-are Brahams good layer (do they lay well in the winter/hole year and do they have a long prim laying period, and better then welsumers) are they really big(how much do they weigh and how tall are they on average) oh yeah and do they do well in confinement and with other birds(EE,SS).I probably should of made my own thread but I thought I would just ask since there are already Brahma owners here. Sorry for all the questions also,I tend to ask a lot.



 



 



P.S sorry if I'm messing up your thread.


 



My Light Brahma was one of the best winter layers of my 6 other variety of hens (I have 8 total). She is a good layer all year round - her eggs are large, light brown. She is huge and beautiful, gentle with the other birds. I just got 5 babies and two of them are Brahmas. One is a Dark Brahma and one is a Buff. I like them.
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 I found this thread as I was looking for AKA substitute chicken breeds. So hears my little story.--- My family is seriously considering getting chickens, and since me and my sister will be in charge of them we are going to be the ones who pick the breeds(if we get them). Our breeds were EE SS and Campines. So yesterday we went to TSC and although I wasn't surprised........no campines<img src=

 

 

 

 

 

P.S sorry if I'm messing up your thread.

 



My Light Brahma was one of the best winter layers of my 6 other variety of hens (I have 8 total). She is a good layer all year round - her eggs are large, light brown. She is huge and beautiful, gentle with the other birds. I just got 5 babies and two of them are Brahmas. One is a Dark Brahma and one is a Buff. I like them.

thanks!

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Is anyone raising brahmas? I am wanting 2 or so to add to our flock!
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