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Glad to find this thread! Here are some of my young mutts!




All are fathered by a production RIR. Possible mama hens are Black-sex links, Golden Comet, an EE, and a suspected Hampbar.
post #1262 of 1281

Great post idea! 

 

Does anyone heard of Silkies x Easter Eggers? I have one rooster EE and I taught of breeding him with one of my Silkies ! But since the Silkies are kind of fluffy and the EE has more feather I was wondering what kind of chicken would that make! 

post #1263 of 1281

Just hatched between yesterday and early this morning. Dad is EE and moms are BSL, EE, BO, RSL or SLW.
Picture takenedd right before I brought them home from my daughters school. They hatched our eggs as a class project .
Edited by crazyhatlady - 5/2/16 at 5:50pm
-Rebecca
Mom to 2 beautiful daughters, Molly the pug, Honey Bunny the rabbit, Rosi the Boston Terrier, and 31 chickens.
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-Rebecca
Mom to 2 beautiful daughters, Molly the pug, Honey Bunny the rabbit, Rosi the Boston Terrier, and 31 chickens.
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post #1264 of 1281

Close up of one who I think the mom is A BSL
Edited by crazyhatlady - 5/2/16 at 5:53pm
-Rebecca
Mom to 2 beautiful daughters, Molly the pug, Honey Bunny the rabbit, Rosi the Boston Terrier, and 31 chickens.
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-Rebecca
Mom to 2 beautiful daughters, Molly the pug, Honey Bunny the rabbit, Rosi the Boston Terrier, and 31 chickens.
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post #1265 of 1281
Some better pictures .
-Rebecca
Mom to 2 beautiful daughters, Molly the pug, Honey Bunny the rabbit, Rosi the Boston Terrier, and 31 chickens.
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-Rebecca
Mom to 2 beautiful daughters, Molly the pug, Honey Bunny the rabbit, Rosi the Boston Terrier, and 31 chickens.
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post #1266 of 1281

So glad I found this thread.  My step daughter found this little thing in her garage.  I have no idea if it's male or female (please be a girl) and no clue what breed it might be.  I think a neighbor of hers probably got it and it escaped.  It's pretty wild, so I'm working on calming it down.  I've searched the internet, but they mostly have chicks before they feather out.

 

So I post a pic here, and it's in the preview, but I can't see it in the post.  Anyhow, here's a little video of her.  I've posted this video in sick chicks section and hope to have her well very soon.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewYteGE16jw

 

 

 

  


Edited by mscallisto - 6/20/16 at 6:05pm
post #1267 of 1281
This is a neighbor's cochin mix (posting with their permission).

Member of the Derperella Club - we're all just goin 'round the rooster here!

 

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Member of the Derperella Club - we're all just goin 'round the rooster here!

 

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post #1268 of 1281
Quote:
Originally Posted by chickenneighbor View Post

This is a neighbor's cochin mix (posting with their permission).

Pretty hen.
post #1269 of 1281
Quote:
Originally Posted by mscallisto View Post
 

So glad I found this thread.  My step daughter found this little thing in her garage.  I have no idea if it's male or female (please be a girl) and no clue what breed it might be.  I think a neighbor of hers probably got it and it escaped.  It's pretty wild, so I'm working on calming it down.  I've searched the internet, but they mostly have chicks before they feather out.

 

So I post a pic here, and it's in the preview, but I can't see it in the post.  Anyhow, here's a little video of her.  I've posted this video in sick chicks section and hope to have her well very soon.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewYteGE16jw

 

 

 

  

It is hard to tell the breed or sex at this age.  If it escaped from its flock, it is probably missing the other chicks, since chickens are very social animals.  Maybe you can reunite it with its flock mates.

CHICKENS: to name just a few Cochin, Orpington,  OEG, Russian Orloff, Brahma.  Also have geese and cats
  SEE MY BYC PAGE  for photos 

  SEE MY  CHICKEN PAGE for even more photos

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CHICKENS: to name just a few Cochin, Orpington,  OEG, Russian Orloff, Brahma.  Also have geese and cats
  SEE MY BYC PAGE  for photos 

  SEE MY  CHICKEN PAGE for even more photos

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post #1270 of 1281

Unfortunately the part of town that my step daughter lives in isn't very..... let's say friendly.  I can't see me going door to door to find her home.  My step daughter said she hasn't heard or seen any chickens around the vicinity of her house.  I think she was "free" for a while because she was extremely wild and scared.  As soon as she's a little bigger, I plan to take her out to visit my flock for short periods of time.  Hopefully she'll bond with one of my other 4 girls.  I'm really hoping she'll bond with my australop as her sister passed away a couple weeks ago and she's so lonely.  :(  Poor girl alienated the 3 red stars I got and now they want nothing to do with her.  I did bring her onto the patio earlier today so she could see the baby in the pen.  She got quiet and still and just watched.  Could be good, could be bad.  Never can tell with these girls.

 

Anyhow, I figured I wouldn't be able to tell the breed yet.... just had to take a shot though.  :)

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