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  1. DurangoCal
    My current flock of pullets are from two batches-first on March 13th and second on April 1st 2010- and consists of 6 Barred Rocks, 6 Buff Orpingtons, 6 Anconas (one's a rooster) 3 Leghorns, 3 Easter Eggers, 2 Black Sex Links and 1 Blue Andalusian. Our last flock sad to say was eaten by a mountain lion. There were 8 of them. This time around we've built what my husband calls "Fort Knox". The fence is 9 feet high and the girls are locked in tight each night into their beautiful new coop!


    Egg Basket, my first BLUE egg (in the middle!) Sept 2010 My flock September 2010
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    My sweet boy holding a baby chick spring 2009.
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    Our little Baby Quackers-Spring 2009.
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    Cool, wet day in spring!
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    These characters remind me of Chicken Run! Spring 2010
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    Barred Rock laying-this is her second week and she lays little treasure eggs! August 2010
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    My son trying to nurse his pet goose Baby Quackers back to health after being attacked by a mountain lion. BQ didn't make it.[​IMG]
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