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Fluffy Butt Farm

By MESOFRUFFEH, Oct 7, 2016 | Updated: Oct 28, 2016 | | |
  1. MESOFRUFFEH
    This is going to be ongoing for me, I am more or less using this page to keep my flock organized lol. I have a lot of similar looking hens and have began the task of assigning names and ID banding them and I figured pics with their name on them would really help, plus I just have some other gorgeous EE girls that deserved a photoshoot! I have been making collages of my chickens then I had the brilliant idea of including the egg each one lays in the collage. So far I've only gotten one out of 25ish laying hens documented, so it is definitely a work in progress. I think it is fun for my egg customers to know where their breakfast comes from too, so I plan on sharing it on my Fluffy Butt Farm facebook page as well. I am slowly but surely getting good pictures of each of my girls (hard to do, all I have is a camera on my phone and it does not cooperate!) and will be updating them here as I go.

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    First and foremost, my sweet PJ's! She is one of my original flock and about the time she was 6 months old a cow broke into the chicken pen and stepped on her leg and broke it. She is fully recovered, but she still has a limp and therefore lives a pretty sheltered and spoiled lifestyle. Her favorite thing is sitting on my lap and having her head scratched.

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    This one is very near and dear to my heart. Sweet Miss Tillie. She is "visually challenged" as I like to say. Her story is here.

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    Our newest addition, Rusty, an Easter Egger hatched from my own birds. Someone snuck him in under one of my broodies and he was already pretty developed before I noticed. I put him under another broody who had eggs at about the same age as him, and he hatched 2 days early and had to come to work with me one day lol. I took him so she would not get off her nest until the rest hatched.

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    Some of my lovely easter egger girls, Tiggy & Twix were hatched out by the late Blondie.

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    My beautiful boy Phoenix an Easter Egger/Langshan mix hatched out by my sweet PJ's


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    Lilac is an EE Ameraucana mix, one of Twix and Tiggy's siblings, also hatched out by my late Blondie

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    Lilly is by far my favorite silkie, I just think she is so adorable!

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    B.B. or Broken Beak.... No idea what happened to this girl, but I have an ongoing fight with her beak. These pictures were taken after I trimmed it the first time, then after it grew back out. I used the tea bag/super glue method to patch the crack, but it just fell off a week later. Back to the drawing board this weekend, going to have round 2 of beak patching!

    CHICKEN ART!
    I recently discovered an app called Photo Lab and you can make beautiful pictures out of it! LOVE IT! Just for clucks and cackles, I will be uploading some of them here because I think they are gorgeous!

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    Lilly and the gang

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    PJ's

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    Rusty

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    Lilly & Chicken Little

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    Betty Marie

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    PJ's

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    My kiddo and Rusty

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    Love this one, it's like a painting on canvas!

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    Fluffy Butts!

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    Miss Tiggy in all her glory

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    Tillie taking a nap

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    Is this how double yolks are made?

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    Chicken Little


    Like I said, this is a work in progress, far from complete & I will be updating this until I finally get everyone's picture included! Which is probably going to take a while LOL

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  1. JaeG
    Your chickens are gorgeous! I love Rusty's chubby little chick face. I look forward to seeing the rest.

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