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By itsiebitsiefarm, Jan 11, 2012 | Updated: Apr 21, 2013 | |
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    A few examples of our Show Girls.....


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    Some of our whites.....



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    Some of our Partridge Silkies.....


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    Some of our Blue and Splash Silkies.....


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    Some of our Black Silkies......


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    Some of our Porc Silkies.....


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    Our Free range flock......
    We have 3 red turken hens, 3 blck copper marans hens, 1 black sexlink hen, and the rest are EE hens in several colors. All EE hens, do lay a nice sky blue to a blue/green egg.
    This flock, is covered by 4 EE roos. 2 Black, 1 splash, and 1 Lav.
    The roos....




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    The hens....

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    (Brahma roo is no longer in with the free rangers)

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    Green, blue, dark brown, and a few of the med brown eggs seen below....are from this free range flock. The other lighter browns pictured, are from our Brahma and Cochin flock.

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    Our Light Brahma Flock (does have a partridge cochin, a barred cochin, and a dark brahma hen in the flock too).....

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