Judges4s Coop Chickens

By BerrytangleFarm · Jul 21, 2012 · Updated Aug 29, 2012 · ·
  1. BerrytangleFarm
    Coops

    The first coop begins on a frozen January morning.

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    With more chickens planned, a second coop is constructed.

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    Chicken Village is complete.

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    Wait! With a change in plan, more breeds are added and tractors are needed!


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    Chickens


    The 100% English Orpingtons are here! Blue and Black:

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    And Chocolates! The absolute friendliest birds we've ever had!


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    And three hatchery Easter Eggers we bought to keep a lone chick company. The chick didn't make it, but Huey, Dewey, and Louie are here to stay!


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    Beginning a flock of Icelandics!

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    And Little Bob! The one egg we kept to hatch from our previous flock, "Bob" the Light Sussex Roo and his ladies. Little Bob will stay to lay us some eggs and be a reminder!


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    And with our new flock of Olandsk Dwarfs, our breeds are complete. This young boy is trying SOO hard!




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  1. BerrytangleFarm
    Thank you! This page is a little out of date since we are now occupying our new barn! Come see!!
  2. ElitePoultry
    My wife made a deposit on a some of your dark blue English Orpingtons the other night. I didnt see your birds before she did that, and honestly i was kind of skeptical. But after looking at your pictures of them, I am VERY anxious to get these birds.
    Ive been looking for %100 English BBS with no American blood to keep a seperate pen of them and use them as needed to my other pens.
    Thanks a lot!
  3. Hawaiilad
    Nice looking birds...can't wait to see them in person soon. Just might learn something as well.
    Dad

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