My Girls and a Boy...

  1. nsmeetab
    Just wanted to share a few pics of our chickens ...oh and the ducks too!! Who would have thought they would have so much personality?

    [​IMG] Tina (Speckled Sussex 2.5 yrs old)

    [​IMG]Honey (Buff Orphington 10 months)

    [​IMG] Honkey (Barred Rock 10 months)

    [​IMG] blanco (Chantecler 11 months)

    [​IMG] peeps (Buff Brahma 10 months)

    [​IMG] tiny tina (Speckled Sussex 2.5yrs)

    [​IMG] ducks..lol ( Saxony pair, age unknown)

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  1. nsmeetab
    Thanks everyone..! I really enjoy my girls and what they provide.....only change is my poor tiny Tina passed away of old age....but I'm happy for that...she had a great life! She will be missed...
  2. foxmfan1
    great flock!!! it looks like they are so comfortable in the cold!! my ladies would probably faint if they saw snow!!!!
  3. Shabana
    Congrats ! Lovely photos
  4. the jolly onion
    Sweet pictures
  5. mollybeth
  6. Ballerina Bird
    How cute! So pretty to see them in the snow.
  7. chicken4prez
    Amazing flock! Congrats!
  8. sumi
    Congratulations, we've chosen one of your chicken pics for the Picture Of the Week. Thanks for posting your chickens to our "My Chickens" pages! You can find more info about our POW here: BYC POW process
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  10. dekel18042
    Good, there is hope for mine. They're six and a half months old and I'm still waiting for my first egg. The winter solstice is over. The days will get longer. Any day now. Only one has a comb (all are cushioned combed) that has just reddened up.
    Unfortunately over the summer I lost half in the heat. They're the only breed I lost. But I am waiting (impatiently) to see what kinds of eggs I get and how many.
  11. nsmeetab
    Hi,
    Ive only had the Chantecler for a very short time..so far she is laying consistently about 4 - 5 a week...stats say about 200 per year..i live near Calgary, Canada so the climate here is great for this bird...Ive read it does not do well in the heat...they were originally bred in Canada for our cold winters..:)
  12. dekel18042
    Very pretty birds. Questions on your chantecler. What kind of layer is she? How does she do in the heat, assuming you live where it gets hot and maybe humid in the summer?

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