Laotong Chicks

By ella · Jan 11, 2012 ·
  1. ella
    It all started when it was my turn to host for my bookclub...
    April 19th 2008 was the big day. James Herriot's All Creatures Great and Small was the book, the food theme was a salad bar and I made steak au poivre and ordered 16 little baby girl chicks (pullets) through Anoka Feed and Seed, (they order from Privett). Each of the book club ladies was given the opportunity to name a chick, it was awesome! Without further ado...
    Introducing:
    ~Miss Amelia Peabody~ Partridge Cochin pullet:
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    Day2
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    4 weeks old
    ~Ali~ Dark Brahma pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Dottie~ Speckled Sussex pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Gracie~ Blue Andalusian Pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Juno~ Partridge Cochin pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Kirby~ Silver Phoenix cockerel:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~La Quenta~ Silver Lakenvelder pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Lady Bug~ Blue Andalusian pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Lulu~ Delaware pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Matilda~ Silver Lakenvelder pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Paris~ Silver Spangled Hamburg cockerel:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Roy~ Silver Phoenix pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Ruffles~ Dark Brahma pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Seigfried~ Partridge Rock pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Sophie~ Delaware pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4
    ~Tricki Woo~ Silver Spangled Hamburg pullet:
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    Day 2
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    Week 4

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  1. Studio2770
    Do partidge cochins feather slow? Mine is at least a week old, she is alert, bigger than the blue/black cochin, but her wing feathers are smaller. She is supposed to be a pullet. I know they're real young, but the smaller black one is feathering a bit faster than her. Am I just being paranoid? Is it not uncommon for some pullets to feather slower than others?

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