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what are Silkichins????

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I have a silkie rooster and was recently looking at different silkie crosses and came across the Silkichins. can anyone tell me what they are a mix of. thank you!!!

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silkichins are silkie cross cochin 

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silkichins are silkie cross cochin 

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silkies and (projects), sumatras, lakenvelders and (projects), frizzles, polish and (2 projects), black sexlinks, turkeys, red golden pheasants, Peepers, dogs, cats, fish, horses, wild kids, and one very understanding DH, come on over for a visit to the crazy farm

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silkies and (projects), sumatras, lakenvelders and (projects), frizzles, polish and (2 projects), black sexlinks, turkeys, red golden pheasants, Peepers, dogs, cats, fish, horses, wild kids, and one very understanding DH, come on over for a visit to the crazy farm

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ok thanks You guys when I saw them I just had to know!!!

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Haha 

 

I called them cochies!  :ya

MindyLee Hellebuyck

Silver Maple Miniatures

Lapeer, Michigan

Bantam Cochins, Quality Miniature Horses,

Netherland Dwarf Rabbits, & Iris Flowers

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MindyLee Hellebuyck

Silver Maple Miniatures

Lapeer, Michigan

Bantam Cochins, Quality Miniature Horses,

Netherland Dwarf Rabbits, & Iris Flowers

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Actually, my Silkichins were show silkies from Mexican stock that were crossed with show Giant Cochins--not regular bantams. :) I am the one who started the Silkichin information, and I am working solely on this breed. :) 

 

Angie

Firestone Creek Farm 

Angie Lilly-Vasquez
Firestone Creek Farm: Silkichins, Nigerian dwarf goats, and boer/Nubian crosses 
 

Firestone Creek Farm

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Angie Lilly-Vasquez
Firestone Creek Farm: Silkichins, Nigerian dwarf goats, and boer/Nubian crosses 
 

Firestone Creek Farm

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Originally Posted by Firestone Creek View Post
 

Actually, my Silkichins were show silkies from Mexican stock that were crossed with show Giant Cochins--not regular bantams. :) I am the one who started the Silkichin information, and I am working solely on this breed. :) 

 

Angie

Firestone Creek Farm 


AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!:ya What do they look like?

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Angie Lilly-Vasquez
Firestone Creek Farm: Silkichins, Nigerian dwarf goats, and boer/Nubian crosses 
 

Firestone Creek Farm

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Angie Lilly-Vasquez
Firestone Creek Farm: Silkichins, Nigerian dwarf goats, and boer/Nubian crosses 
 

Firestone Creek Farm

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