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By babymakes6 · Jan 11, 2012 · Updated Apr 10, 2012 · ·
  1. babymakes6
    I have been married to Jason for 9+ years, and we have 4 children, with another due in late June. Olivia is 7, Sophia is 5, Rylan is 3, and Declan is one.
    I started with a borrowed Little Giant incubator and 2 dozen mixed color Silkie eggs that I bought on Ebay about 2 1/2 years ago. Out of the first 2 dozen eggs, I had 3 chicks hatch-1 died and the other two needed help to hatch. I started searching for how to help chicks hatch and found BYC. Now, I am a hatch-a-holic!
    Currently we have 3 Royal Palm turkeys-1 tom and 2 hens, 2 Silver Appleyard ducks-MacIntosh and Granny Smith, 6 B/B/S Orpingtons, B/B/S Silkies, and "Mr. Bojangles" and his 4 ladies-Mille Fleur D'Uccles I had the priviledge of acquiring from Rob and Kathleen "Schultz" back in August.
    In addition, we have 2 cats, a little Dutch bunny named "Cotton," and 1 Golden Retriever. Maggie is retired from breeding and is 8 years old. I am a stay-at-home Christian mom to our children. I love baking, cooking, gardening, canning, sewing, and oil painting. I also love animals, and am still waiting on the chance to own my first horse!

    Sophia with Kathleen Schultz and "Bugsy" a D'Uccle who was blind in one eye. Rob and Kathleen gave her to Sophie:

    Olivia with "Bob," one of our puppies:
    Declan in the toybox:

    d'Uccle egg list: Orpington egg list:

    Citygirlinthecountry = trade for Silkie eggs Bhep = 12+ eggs trade for Sebbie eggs
    ---Tacso-A = 6-12+ eggs
    tm7906 (New Madison) = 12-18 eggs

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  1. Desert Springs
    Mesha Robbins let me know that you have Legbars... have just started my Cream Legbar program. Would be interested in any info you have on them and where I can find more. I have a roo which I obtained from Blackfoot, Idaho and a hen that hatched from an egg in Ogden, Utah purchased straight from England. The 'England' hen was given to me along with an ill roo. The people had a dozen eggs sent and only 2 hatched... a roo and a hen. Since the roo was ill she just couldn't handle the stress of all the money she had paid for eggs and then not being able to breed them; she gave them to me to try my luck. The roo passed shortly after and I spent plenty of time looking for a replacement, which I recently did. Look forward to hearing from you.

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