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  1. Masonic Chicken
    Welcome to my BYC Page!
    The Home of The ChickenMasonic!
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    Hello, my name is David!
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    I am a 31 year old Freemason, I belong to Harry Jackson Lodge #314 in Lynhaven, Florida.
    I am a father of two kids one son who is 11 years old, and a daughter who is 16 years old.
    My wife and I have been married for 4 years. Her name is Nieves and she is 35 years old.
    We have 3 Greyhounds, 1 Chihuahua, 1 Golden Retreiver, 1 Aspen Pinscer, 1 Mixed Terrier.
    I also have a 265 Gallon aquaruim I am using to grow Koi for a future pond project.
    I also have 15 chicks in the brooder.

    Here are some pictures of the Wife and Kids!
    Wife/ Nieves
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    Son / Jordan
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    Daughter / Camille
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    Geez...I got some BEAUTIFUL women around me!


    My wife is the one who wanted chickens, she was always infatuated with chickens and roosters and always
    covered our house with them. I finally gave in and we bought some from a not so reputable seller, all had
    diseases and etc..needless to say it wasn't pretty. However after caring and bonding
    with them, I was hooked, it has become more of my thing now than anyone elses, however Nieves & Camille usually get the
    dirty work. I usually just feed them and collect eggs. I currently have no chickens except those in my brooder.
    I will be getting a few more. I fenced in my yard and plan on YARDING or FREE RANGING...depends on what
    you decide to call it. I like Yarding. Anyhow, my goal is to get about 40-50 Chickens, the ones in the brooder
    currently are RIR and BR's. I will be gettin an assortment VERY soon. Keep checking back!


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