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Chickens Of Mine

  1. The Chickeneer
    *This is my chicken page*
    This is my favorite hen, her name is star and she is about 6 months old, Ive been told her comb looks like it seems to change with every picture, she has a single comb. And she is some type of American Game hen, as are all my chickens you might see in the background. anyways, theese are some pics of her.......... [​IMG]
    Here she is with one of her sisters and my chichuhua:D All the chickens we have, we hatched from eggs, except the two mothers, which are farther down
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    And below is a picture of her mom(the yellow one) her name is Fierce, because she is mean and fierce , puting her at the top of the pecking order(next to the rooster of course). The hen at the bottom left corner's name is Flour, here are some pics of her.....
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    Her breed is yet to be determined........
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    These are two of her chicks that we hatched in our 'bator. They're not little chicks.......but they're only like 4 or 5 months now. Doesent the little pullet look just like her mom lol.

    Lets not forget their father........... also my avatar lol
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  1. parkerpeeps7
    Ok see, I am so new to chicken keeping that I didn't know "partridge" was the color of the bird, hahaha! :) We got ours from a lady at the flea market who seemed to be in desperate need to get rid of some birds. She said they all had game but were called Partridge plymouth rocks (which meant nothing to me at the time) but that the last chick we picked she thought was all game. So I guess mine are mixes except they look just like yours but a lot smaller, even being full grown. I had always wondered if she even knew what they really were. I got so excited to see your birds b/c they looked so similar to mine. I have never seen any & believe me I've been looking, lol. :)
  2. The Chickeneer
    Haha, Well lots of hens that are Partridge colored look very similar lol, but these are all American Gamefoul, except for the last one, not sure what she is.......
  3. parkerpeeps7
    Hi, in your very 1st picture of Star, the birds in the background look exactly like 2 hens that I have & I was told they were Partridge Plymouth Rocks.

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