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By Frogtown, Jan 11, 2012 | |
  1. Frogtown
    I don't really have 40 acres, but my relatives always say "Whatcha got on the back 40 now?" I started with chickens in 2007, only planning to get a trio of silkies. Well that kinda didn't happen. I got the three silkies plus over a hundred more in the following years. I quickly found out there are a ton of different breeds. With a little help from Speckledhen, I enlarged my flock to include pure bred orpington and ameraucanas. From Eggbid I bought bantam cochins, marans, welsummers, old english game bantams, and a lavender orpington project rooster.
    This is one of the ameruacanas I bought from her in the begining.
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    In the fall of that year, I bought black and splash marans off eggbid. They were the first adult chickens I had ever had mailed to my home.
    Here is a picture of Frost, my splash marans roo.
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    My Black Marans roo Big Mac.
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    I also raise bantam cochin in frizzle and smooth forms.
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    I also raise blue/black/splash orpington. I just love the big poof balls.
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