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Chicken Run 2009

  1. CelticMoon1
    My Chicken Run
    I have a variety of mixes, which I will not dwell much upon here.
    Just for introduction: They are 2 GLW/Australorps which are very nice hens, a couple of Barnevelder/Maran,
    and a few Italian/Norwegian Jaerhons/unknown that I am not to fond of to tell you the truth, though they are
    good layers. The GLW/Australorps are rather old and I expect they will make their departure within a year
    or so, the others I'll probably not keep past their laying age.

    In the past I've also had Buff Orpingtons, Australorps and New Hampshire, and a few mixes.

    I am now aiming for a pure Wyandotte flock, and have become quite fascinated by the variety of colors.
    Unfortunately they are not all that common in any color where I live, though I sometimes have strokes of luck
    so I can get new blood in.

    The current Wyandotte residents are:
    1 Partridge Bantam Wyandotte Rooster
    1 Partridge Bantam Wyandotte Hen
    1 Gold Laced Wyandotte Rooster (Gulliver)
    2 Gold Laced Wyandotte Hens
    2 Silver Laced Wyandotte Roosters
    7 Silver Laced Wyandotte Hens
    2 White Wyandotte Hens
    (apparantly recessive white sports as they're from pure SLWxSLW batches)
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    (( )) CelticMoon1
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