That's the website yes. Sorry brain fried for a bit so had to look it up lol. They have some really beautiful Brahmas on there. My Foghorn pic isn't that great. I'll try to get a better on of him posted today. He's huge and only about 9 months old. All of my brahmas except my poor Skye are bigger than my cats and they're big cats lol. I'm only using mine for personal use. Eggs and meat for my family. I'm not going to be showing them. My Madea is my last hatchery girl and just seeing her with the others I know why hatchery chickens suck nasty stinky toes. She is skinny and rangy compared to the others. Skye is from the same person I got the others from but shes almost bantam size compared to the others. She's more of a pet. My boys would have her inside the house if my husband and I let them. They're so gentle I can take my 2 yr old and 4 yr old boys back there and not be scared they're going to be attacked unlike the hatchery cockerels I had. So from experience I can say go for the well bred, real brahmas and not the hatchery production stock.
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1/16/16 at 5:50am