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Good luck on the future hatch.

 

Any Idea what the guys in the picture are?

 

I am putting my Partridge Chanticler in with my Dixie rainbows and some EE.  The reason I am putting the EE in is so I can save tell the difference in the eggs  for hatching, and to lower the number of hens the other roosters have.

Composting is good for the environment..
Composting Geese is better for the environment
Composting ducks is best for the environment.
Start your composted Duck pile today,
if you do not have your duck
Borrow a neighbors duck to compost own...
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Composting is good for the environment..
Composting Geese is better for the environment
Composting ducks is best for the environment.
Start your composted Duck pile today,
if you do not have your duck
Borrow a neighbors duck to compost own...
Reply
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Blondie hatched out of a light brown leghorn egg, but does not look like the father was a leghorn - one of my RIRs is likely the father.

Angel Eyes hatched out of a green Easter egg, and I only have the one black copper Marans roo with feathering so dark - so I think the dark chick is an olive egger.

It will be fun to see what you hatch out from that grouping. We really won't know for a while which are pullets and even longer until we know what color eggs they lay!
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Dad is a Mottled Black, Mom is a Black so their kids are Mottled Double Blacks?

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