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Breed Details: There are now less then 100 hundred adults, according to Rare Breeds Canada. They are currently more common in Ontario than in Saskatchewan, were they have recently been imported, and are once again raised in their homeland. The eggs respond very poorly to artificial incubation...
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Breed Details: The Bessemer is a very large breed, weighing in astonishingly at up to 13 lbs. (M) and up to 10 lbs. (F) (compared to it's ancestor, the orpington, which weighs typically 5-6 lbs.). The breed is raised for Meat and Exhibition. The hens are quite broody, and lay few eggs. The hens...
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Breed Details: This breed is a large breed, weighing about 6-8 lbs. They are quiet, very hardy, easy to raise. They are an excellent duck. (Pictures are of Rust and Blue Swedes) Rooster Hen Egg Chick Adolescent
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Breed Details: This breed is a rather quiet goose, they enjoy grazing, and are generally easy to care for (though they dislike fences) and they are rather light, weighing only about 15 - 18 lbs. They are calm, and quite intellegent. GANDER GOOSE Egg GOSLING Juvenile
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Welcome to my page! I live on a farm and raise Ducks, and Chickens, now, and hope to begin raising Geese, Guineas, Ringnecks, and Pigeons next Spring. Breeds of Chicken I already raise: - only Bow Lake bantams right now... (a new breed that I've taken stewardship over) Breeds of Duck I...
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The Ballad of Molly the Orpington by Banny Once upon a time, there lived a fluffy, pudgey, little Orpington ducklet named Molly. Molly was really smart. She knew when her favourite person was talking to her and chirped back as such. Molly, being so short and cute, could always see her...
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