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yippiechickie.gifWelcome to the best chicken competition!yippiechickie.gif

 

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Rules:

 

1. All BYC Rules

2. Any breed or size can enter *cross breeds welcome*

3. Unlimited entry number

4. Be nice and have FUN!

 

Info:

 

There will be two categories: Best hen and Best Roo.

And there will be a 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each category.

As said before any breed or size can enter.

The photo must be of your own chicken.

Competition ends 20th of February.

 

*All birds must be over 8 weeks to enter ~ Sorry no chicks*

 

Prizes:

 

The Prizes will be a colour picture of your chicken Drawn with water soluble oil pastels. 

 

I will PM the winners a photo of the picture I drew of their chicken, and I will also post them on here. 

 

Example:

 

Here is an example of the style the pictures will be drawn in:

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If you want to enter please fill out this form:

 

Name: 

Breed:

Age:

A bit about the chicken:

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Edited by fancyfeathers38 - 1/26/12 at 6:33pm

Orpingtons are the best breed. Fluffy butts, huge eyes and such a friendly temperament.....what more could you want?

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Breeder of Sussex, Hamburgs, Orpingtons and Whyandottes.

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Orpingtons are the best breed. Fluffy butts, huge eyes and such a friendly temperament.....what more could you want?

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Breeder of Sussex, Hamburgs, Orpingtons and Whyandottes.

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post #2 of 102

For the contest: pop.gif

Here's mine: Cowboy Photo shoots wee.gifIn order: Tuck, OEG bantam, Blue, BBDA bantam, Almond, Cornish bantam.

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Edited by JerseyGiantfolk - 1/27/12 at 11:33am

 

It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

  -- -- Spa Days for Chickens -- --

 

 

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It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

  -- -- Spa Days for Chickens -- --

 

 

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post #3 of 102

gig.gifGreat pics JerseyGiantfolk!!! Good luck!!!

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Name: The King
Breed: Silkie

Age: 7 mo.

About: This is my silkie cockerel fondly named, The King (no relation to Elvis!) ;) He's a handsome boy, very "typey," and a gentleman with the ladies!

"He rules the roost, but I rule the rooster."

"In a real sense, poverty is not having enough money to live comfortably; but in a higher sense, poverty is not having a relationship with God."
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"He rules the roost, but I rule the rooster."

"In a real sense, poverty is not having enough money to live comfortably; but in a higher sense, poverty is not having a relationship with God."
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post #5 of 102

Name: Penny

Breed: Buff Orpington

Age: Unknown

A bit about the chicken: She is a rescue chicken, abandoned with Gloria (chicken below) and 15 other chickens in a small pen.  She is half blind and very friendly.

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Name: The Gloria

Breed: Barred Rock

Age: Unknown

A bit about the chicken: She is a rescue chicken, abandoned with Penny (above chicken) and 15 other chickens in a small pen.  She has a sprained foot and has a mean looking expression, but is very sweet.

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Name: Nellie

Breed: Buff Orpington

Age: 1 year old

A bit about the chicken: She was given to us by a friend because all her tail feathers were being plucked out by the other hens.  She is very active and will come running when you call.

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No Jesus, No Peace; Know Jesus, Know Peace. :)

My blog, A.C.F. Rescue

My chickens (Click to show)

Penny, a half blind Buff Orpington, Nellie, a bullied Buff Orpington and Lucy, A bantam Black Australorp with a crooked beak.

 

 

 

 

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No Jesus, No Peace; Know Jesus, Know Peace. :)

My blog, A.C.F. Rescue

My chickens (Click to show)

Penny, a half blind Buff Orpington, Nellie, a bullied Buff Orpington and Lucy, A bantam Black Australorp with a crooked beak.

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by chickenpooplady View Post

gig.gifGreat pics JerseyGiantfolk!!! Good luck!!!



Thank you! smile.png I hope others will have a good time also 


By the way I love the Silkie, Barred Rock, and Orp pictures love.gif LOL the one in the wagon!!!

 

It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

  -- -- Spa Days for Chickens -- --

 

 

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It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

  -- -- Spa Days for Chickens -- --

 

 

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Name: Sophie

Breed: Black Sex Link

Age: 4 months

A bit about the chicken: She is a black sex link. bred and hatched her myself. Shes very Friendly and is very pretty to me. Shes all black and has a few brown lines in her feathers. her legs and feet are all black to. Shes still small. a little bigger than my bantam cochin.

 

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CHICKENS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  

 

My Facebook Page :P

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1821127552

 

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CHICKENS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  

 

My Facebook Page :P

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1821127552

 

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post #8 of 102

Sunning chickens... always fun to see.. smile.png

 

It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

  -- -- Spa Days for Chickens -- --

 

 

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It's the shape that makes the breed, and the color that makes the variety.

 

  -- -- Spa Days for Chickens -- --

 

 

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post #9 of 102
Thread Starter 

Ha Ha! These are great!clap.gifya.gif

I can tell I'm gonna have a hard time judging them.

Orpingtons are the best breed. Fluffy butts, huge eyes and such a friendly temperament.....what more could you want?

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Breeder of Sussex, Hamburgs, Orpingtons and Whyandottes.

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Orpingtons are the best breed. Fluffy butts, huge eyes and such a friendly temperament.....what more could you want?

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Breeder of Sussex, Hamburgs, Orpingtons and Whyandottes.

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http://www.backyardchickens.com/image/id/5907244/width/400/flags/LL

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Here are 2 of my favorite hens...My EE(Owl) and Buff Sebright(Goldie). They were both born early last spring and are my most curious hens and first in line fo mealie snacksD.gif

Breeding Mille and Blue/Black Mottled D'uccles and Sumatras. I have 9 D'uccles, A quad of SQ LF Sumatras, a few EE hens, 2 Silkies, 1 lonely little Gold Sebright named Peanut and a bunch of little chickies! ....Love them all! 4 chickens turned to 50! NPIP Tested

Looking for good quality Gold or Buff Sebrights anywhere in CT/MA

Dustin's Crystal Poultry
http://dustinscrystalpoultry.webs.com/
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Breeding Mille and Blue/Black Mottled D'uccles and Sumatras. I have 9 D'uccles, A quad of SQ LF Sumatras, a few EE hens, 2 Silkies, 1 lonely little Gold Sebright named Peanut and a bunch of little chickies! ....Love them all! 4 chickens turned to 50! NPIP Tested

Looking for good quality Gold or Buff Sebrights anywhere in CT/MA

Dustin's Crystal Poultry
http://dustinscrystalpoultry.webs.com/
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