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Black Tailed Buff Japanese Chickens Pictures Of Development

By Dawn419 · Jan 11, 2012 · ·
  1. Dawn419
    Here are our Black Tailed Buff Japanese. I wasn't going to do a page for them but figured that it may be able to help someone out eventually.
    They arrived May 14, 2007 along with our 5 EE's, 5 Mottled Cochins, 5 Blue/Black/Splash Silkies, 3 Silver Sebrights ans one Silver Spangled Hamburg. We ordered 5, only 2 survived.
    1 week old...

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    3 week old...
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    6 weeks old ( thought this could be a pair since the one on the lefts comb was bigger and it also had bigger wattles)...
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    9 week old cockeral...
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    What we hoped was a 9 week old pullet...
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    13 week old BTBJ cockeral...
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    By the time the flock turned 16 weeks old, we knew we definately had two BTBJ cockerals. From left to right: 2 EE and MC pullets, then the two BTBJ cockerals...
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    "The BTBJ Boys" at 17 weeks old...
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    One of my favorite pictures...
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    They are very cool dudes but since we have no ladies for them, we'll not be keeping them for breeding purposes.
    Thanks for stopping by!
    Dawn & Skip

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  1. 10_is_enough
    I had 2 hens but we lost one pretty young. The other is so pretty! We call her Miss Patsy because she walks so proud!

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