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  1. Carol.in.WV
    010-07-14 05:43:20

    An Introduction to My Chickens as of July 2010 with an update on April 20 2011
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    First shown is Bunny a funny colored silkie I peeled out of her shell on Oct 18 '11 and my companion


    Silkies
    • Wooly Bully a blue Silkie Rooster-----Lost to a fox, April '11
    • Splish Splash a splash Silkie hen and Wooly's mate----Lost to a fox, March '11
    • Doll Face their daughter, a blue pullet
    • 5 Blue Silkie pullets from Wooly and Splishy---2 of the blue pullets lost to the fox, early spring '11
    • 6 Splash Silkie pullets from Wooly and Splishy---2 of them taken by the fox, 2 now (4-20-11) have babies and another one is broody and safely locked in the nursery coop
    • a Splash Silkie cockerel hatched from an egg bought on eBay
    • a Blue Silkie cockerel also from the same eBay seller
    • [​IMG] 2 Silkies hatched from eggs bought on eBay supposed to be from Hattrick line, one in the picture above
    • [​IMG] 2 White Silkie chicks bought on 7/10 at ChickenStock from nursecat9 , sold one and one died
    • Yum Yum a Splash Silkie Rooster----given to a young boy crazy about chickens
    • Nestie Boy One a blue or black Silkie Rooster----taken by the fox spring ' 11
    • Nestie Boy Two a blue or black Silkie Rooster, a lonely roo
    • 12 silkies have hatched so far in 2011 with lots more on the way to replace the heartbreaking fox depredations


    Dark Cornish Bantam
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        • Leroy Brown and his 3 hens----Leroy was taken by the fox in April '11, looking either for a new roo or to sell the girls


    Black Japanese Bantam
    • One cockerel and one pullet, rather wild
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        • Mamacita, a sweet hen, given to the same young boy as Yum Yum to keep them from being taken by the foxes
        • the unnamed pullet hatched out 6 babies of which 5 are thriving in the nursery and the wild rooster has so far eluded the fox

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