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My Chickens 1

By verycherry, Jan 11, 2012 | |
  1. verycherry
    My Chickens
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    Jill loving on our Silver Spangled Hamburg boy
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    My Ameraucanas
    Lavender, Black, Silver, and White
    My Lavender Ameraucanas
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    This is one of my Lavender Ameraucanas, a beautiful 10 month old cockerel. I'll post more pictures

    Some Pictures of My Silkie Bantams
    I raise White, Gray, Blue, Black...and soon LAVENDER!
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    [SIZE=5][COLOR=#000000]My Cochin Bantams[/COLOR][/SIZE]
    [SIZE=4][COLOR=#000000]I have Black, White, Silver Laced, and a few Frizzles![/COLOR]
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    [SIZE=4][CENTER][CENTER][B][SIZE=2][CENTER][B][SIZE=2][CENTER][B][SIZE=2][CENTER][B][SIZE=5][COLOR=#000000][CENTER][B][SIZE=5][COLOR=#000000]My French Marans[/COLOR][/SIZE][/B]
    [SIZE=4][COLOR=#000000]Wheaten/Blue Wheaten and Cuckoo[/COLOR]
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    [SIZE=5][CENTER][B][SIZE=5][COLOR=#000000]Photos of My 6 ft. Tall Run[/COLOR][/SIZE][/B]
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    [COLOR=#000000]This newest run leads to a shady retreat on the other side of the coop and barn, so the chickens can stay nice and cool in the warmer months. I used 6 ft. tall welded wire, which in most places is attached to a sturdy wooden fence that used to be an old cattle run.[/COLOR]
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