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CR Farm's Large Fowl Wheaten/ Blue Wheaten Ameraucanas! We presently have one adult wheaten cock and a wheaten cockerel (both half John Blehm bloodlines). We are considering purchasing Blue Wheaten hens from RKR Farms (Wayne Meredith strain). Our recent hatch from Tom Kernan's bloodline unfortunatly only yielded a single chick. We are still looking for wheaten or blue wheaten hens to go with our beautiful roosters! By 2013 we will hopefully have a breeding flock of quality Wheaten and Blue...
CR Farms Quail D'Anvers! While D'Anvers are not one of our main focuses, we recently aquired a nice pair we hope to build up to a trio or quad and no bigger. Unfortunatly I do not have a photo of the cock when he is out of molt yet. Our one hen is not laying at the moment but we'll start hatching once she does! Lady Saren Lord Ty Back to Homepage
Hello and welcome to Crow's Roost Farm (as we are now officially named!), home of: Seramas Wheaten/Blue Wheaten Ameraucanas Quail D'Anvers Silkies Easter Eggers Other Bantams! We are located on a small plot of land in rural New Hampshire with a single barn, a garden and a few crab apple trees. We started out with only a dozen assorted bantams 7 years ago this June. Since then our numbers have increased to over 50 birds and we have recently started getting into the breeding scene....
Describe 'Serama and Silkie mini-flock!' here finally I'm starting to focus in on my favorite breed: seramas! i now have a mini flock of four i house with my two silkies. they are good together because the docile silkies won't pick on the smaller seramas, and the seramas will have big, fluffy chickens to huddle up against in the cold wheather! not to mention the silkies will make great brooders of many tiny serama eggs. the seramas: i guess i should start off with the oldest: Pamela is...
CR Farms Silkies! We are the proud owners of a quad of pet quality silkies. Meet our fluffy babies! Silas (Non-bearded Black), Shayna (Non-beared Grey), Cali (Bearded Calico), and Marie (Bearded White). CR Farm's Easter Eggers! We keep our brown egg layers alongside our Ameraucanas. When we hatch one of their eggs the result is a first generation easter egger! Our brown egg breeds include buff orpingtons, production reds, a black sex-link, and a barred rock (which produces...
CR Farms Seramas! We currently have a small breeding flock of traditional style seramas from various quality strains such as Jerry Schexnayder and Ed Mongold. The girls have finally started laying surprisingly large eggs nearly every day! We have since hatched 11 chicks with excellent hatch rates, the most recent being 5/5 eggs! We have two mottled chicks, two black/brown and 7 blacks! We plan to keep a few black hens to pair up with thier father and either a mottled or brown cockerel to...
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