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By Jeeper1540, Jan 11, 2012 | |
  1. Jeeper1540
    Steven-From the Canyons of Nevada
    Currently rasing market hogs and layer chickens!
    (as well as a cow and horse that have overstayed their welcome lol)

    I currently have 9 Adult hens, and 7 Pullets (5 EE's, 2 Australorps)
    Me any my neighbor (BYC User SAYM) run a small Egg Company.
    I have never hatched chickens (yet), I buy them from the feed/supply store.


    My original flock: (June 2009)
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    ↑↑ Left-right: Cin. Queen, Buff Orp, Welsummer, 2 Buff Orps, White Leghorn, Brown Leghorn, White Leghorn, Barred Rock. ↑↑


    2011 FFA Market Hogs (1 Male, 1 Female)
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    Spring 2011 Chicks (5 EE's, 2 Australorps)
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    The Henny Penny Trio (all Buff Orps, All named Henny Penny)
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    Winger, my White Leghorn:
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    My Constantly Broody Buff Orpington, Henny Penny the 3rd
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    Buff Orp (Henny Penny the 1st), Barred Rock (Jebediah) & White Leghorn:
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    My Welsummer, Fred
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    More Animals on the Hat Creek Ranch
    Red, my 7 Year old Cow
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    My 22? Year Old horse, Blue
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    Jabber, who we unfortunately had to put to sleep in Feb. 2011.

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    ADULTS: 1 White Leghorn, 1 Welsummer, 3 Buff Orpingtons, 1 Barred Rock (all 2 Years old) || 2 Rhode Island Red's, 1 Black Star (all 1 Yeay old)
    PULLETS: 5 Easter Eggers, 2 Australorps

    Last updated 4/17/11. © 2011 Jeeper1540 Productions




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