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  1. KateBeauchemin
    [FONT=trebuchet ms,geneva]Welcome One and All Chicken Lovers![/FONT]
    [FONT=arial black,avant garde]My chickens are in their heated barn and laying like mad! Crazy breed combinations possible.[/FONT]

    [FONT=arial black,avant garde] I have dark colored egg layers. I mixed aracauna (green gene) with brown, white, and pink layers.[/FONT]
    [FONT=arial black,avant garde] Their offspring are producing dark pink, dark green, orangey green, light green, and a pink with green overlayed spots.[/FONT] ​

    Along with the green layers, I have black Alstrops, Black silkies, white leghorns, blue laying aracaunas, cuckoo maran, white crested black polish, countless Isa Browns and isa reds, black alstrop x black silkie, Barred Rock x Aracauna, Isa Brown x Aracauna, Brahma x cochin, cochin x aracauna, aracauna silkies, silkie seremas (mixed not fluffy seremas, but extra toed feathered leg little upright soldier girls). I don't think I left anyone out. Alot of them were rescues.

    [FONT=comic sans ms,sand]Now comes the fun part!
    I have the following roosters: White Jersey Giant, White Aracauna, White Naked Neck (full naked necked, not bibbed), Black copper maran, cuckoo maran, black silkies roosters, 1 serema rooster, 2 dark cornish roosters (one full size and one bantam), 1 Rhode Island red, and 1 mystery bird, could be aracauna or Silver Hamburg.
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