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    Update:

    Ok,some chick pics and Turken Roo:

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    We added 12 [FONT=verdana, arial, helvetica] Araucana Hens to our list a while back[/FONT]
    Below are pictures of Sweat Pea. She is our smallest [FONT=verdana, arial, helvetica] Araucana.[/FONT]

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    I'm biased, she is my favorite, and I'll admit it.




    Hello, I'm relatively new here and to chickens too.
    My wife and 2 daughters joined me in Wisconsin at the beginning of May (We moved from Michigan for my work.) We lived in a large city with about 200,000 people, now we live in a small town of about 580 people. A huge change for my city girls.
    We got a dozen Rhode Island Red pullets in the middle of May, then 2 Americana hens from a local lady.
    Then we took in a Americana Rooster who had been attacked by the other roosters and is blind in his left eye. We named him Rocky, which is sort of fitting. He is a handsome devil.
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    Then at the local fair we found 3 Turken chicks, one was a rooster. We named them Count Turkula, Turkenstine and Spice.
    Below is a picture of Count Turkula
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    Our Border Collie got the Count this past Sunday. It was a sad day.
    We will be checking out a local show this weekend for another Turken Rooster to breed to the 2 girls. They miss their guardian.
    That's it for an Intro. I'll try to post more later.
    God Bless You!
    Alan

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