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I bought these two boys! I have never had call Ducks! Can anyone tell me what color variety they are. I am pretty sure the one with white is a silver maybe a snowy. I don't know what the other one is. It looks like grey but it does not have grey sides.
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I bought these two boys! I have never had call Ducks! Can anyone tell me what color variety they are. I am pretty sure the one with white is a silver maybe a snowy. I don't know what the other one is. It looks like grey but it does not have grey sides.

I think I saw those! They are cute!!! I wonder too what breed they are - I have no idea. I think you are right about the snowy one though.


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I got a young breeding pair...lemon blue bantam cochin cockerel and a brown red bantam cochin pullet, plus two silkie chicks that were of the same age as a singleton blue bantam cochin chick that I already had.  The chick is very happy to have some company!!  Also picked up 8 hatching eggs that I pre-arranged to have someone bring...I'm hoping I have better luck with these since the USPS didn't get a chance to shake them up and lose them for a few days.

My friend got two mixed pullets and one of them laid a very pretty dark olive egg today!  The other should lay a brown egg.

We had so much fun.  This was a first for both of us and we couldn't stop ohh'ing and awe'ing and giggling as we walked around looking at every single chicken there.  We definitely looked the part of newbies.  Definitely looking forward to going to other shows in the future!

Awesome! We enjoyed it very much too!


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Yay! I think I'm going on Saturday morning to look around, maybe get some hatching eggs and a trio or two? What time is a good time to get there for good selection?
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Mom to three kids (11, 9, 6), a 14.5-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback, a 5-year-old Wheaten Terrier, and a 2-year-old Shih-Tzu
Getting first chicks EVER on 8/20/14! Not the first chickens on this 150-year-old farm, though!!!
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Sarah near Albany, NY
Mom to three kids (11, 9, 6), a 14.5-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback, a 5-year-old Wheaten Terrier, and a 2-year-old Shih-Tzu
Getting first chicks EVER on 8/20/14! Not the first chickens on this 150-year-old farm, though!!!
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Oops! Search led me to the wrong year! Sorry, everyone! Looking for 2016. Duh wink.png
Sarah near Albany, NY
Mom to three kids (11, 9, 6), a 14.5-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback, a 5-year-old Wheaten Terrier, and a 2-year-old Shih-Tzu
Getting first chicks EVER on 8/20/14! Not the first chickens on this 150-year-old farm, though!!!
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Sarah near Albany, NY
Mom to three kids (11, 9, 6), a 14.5-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback, a 5-year-old Wheaten Terrier, and a 2-year-old Shih-Tzu
Getting first chicks EVER on 8/20/14! Not the first chickens on this 150-year-old farm, though!!!
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