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  1. Yes, You Certainly Can Brood Chicks Outdoors

    I brooded my first chicks the way most of us learned to brood chicks...in the house, in a big box, with a heat lamp. It was a hoot at first,...
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  2. Egg peritonitis is NOT incurable! Soft shells and other egg problems - causes and cures

    BACKGROUND: Ellie is a 15 month old "Self Blue Old English" hen that I raised from hatching. The eggs were sent from Cobb's Bantams in Lavonia...
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  3. Information on Chicken Eyesight

    Information on Chicken Eyesight [IMG] Chicken eyesight is amazing! They can see better in color than humans, can detect and see light and color...
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  4. ozexpat

    Mixing Feeds from ingredients available in the Philippines

    Mixing our own feeds using conventional ingredients in the Philippines For those trying to make sense of prices - 1USD - 44PHP Not long after...
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  5. Wolves ~ A Wolf Rp {Character Page}

    Here is the role-playing thread: https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/867194/survive-with-the-canadian-wolves-ii-wolf-roleplay [IMG] Season: June...
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  6. Olive Eggers Cross Breed Of Copper Black Marans Rooster And Ee Hen

    This is a cross I made by using my Copper Black Marans Rooster over my EE Hen shown here: [ATTACH] Her daughters, such as the one shown below:...
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  7. 1st Egg Incubating Experience

    After reading here on the BYC Forum tons of great info about incubating eggs, I decided to buy an incubator, purchase some fertilized eggs, and...
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  8. Guinea Goonie

    Clinical Signs For Common Respiratory Diseases Of Poultry

    Table 1. Possible clinical signs for common respiratory diseases of poultry. Clinical signs pox1 Newcastle2 IB3 Quail Bronchitis AI4 coryza5 LT6...
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  9. Yorkshire Coop

    Wry neck - Causes, treatment and prevention.

    What is wry neck? Wry neck is a condition that is often referred to as “crook neck” and it typically affects ducklings and baby chicks, although...
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  10. iluvorpingtons

    Run With The Pack ~A Wolf RP Characters

    This is the member page for my RP, https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/726282/run-with-the-pack-a-wolf-rp-needs-players. Packs: ~Emeraldpack~...
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  11. BYC Support

    Brahmas Chicken Breed Page

    [IMG] [IMG] [IMG] Size:Standard and Bantam [IMG] Colors:Light, buff, darkEggs:BrownTemperament:Calm and friendly [IMG] [IMG] [IMG] Brahmas are an...
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  12. Chicken Blog Ellas Chicken Flock

    I started keeping chickens in 2003 just for fun and found out they are REALLY fun! I ordered my original 25 pullets from Mt. Healthy. All turned...
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  13. geekgurl

    Worming

    I created this page because I was getting confused from all the different worming advice I have been reading on the board. It's just for...
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  14. Delawares

    IN PROGRESS! [ATTACH] The Delaware chicken was developed in, you guessed it, Delaware during the 1940's . The Delaware is a cross between a Barred...
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  15. CountryRoosterUSA

    Sexing Baby Chicks

    Sexing Baby Chicks Down Color The general and simplest rule in sexing chicks by down color is to remember males have lighter heads, sometimes...
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