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By estpr13, Jan 11, 2012 | |
  1. estpr13
    I currently have 2 Black Giant X NH hens; Port and Starboard, nearly identical except for their comb flop. Their brother is Rusty one of 4 Roos penned seperately, 2 Black Giant Pullets with 2 Black Giant cockerals, and 3 New Hampshire hens. (11/22/08). Also 9 Delaware x Cornish chicks hatched (11/8/08).
    [​IMG]Dusty looking for a meal. (Black Brahma Bantam hen.) I miss her.

    [​IMG] Two hens neck deep in a wallow under a shade tree.
    [​IMG]Three roos (Black Brahma Bantams) Picture taken from the hen side of the coop. There is a basement too, roo on right is just about to jump down. A roo is on upper perch looking out the window. Only his feet are visable. A fourth roo is in the basement, out of the picture. I have since moved the water can upstairs. They kept filling it with litter.
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    This is Rusty my NH roo X Black Jersey Giant hen Cross.

    [​IMG] Me and my chicken coop. Chicken tractor in forground.

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