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My Wisconsin Flock

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    Some of my buff Orpingtons, including 2 roosters, hanging out under the old truck

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    One of my bantam frizzle Cochin, and a splash hen.

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    My blue Columbian bantam cochin rooster, and a Cochin d'uccle mix hen.

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    My 2 year old barnevelder rooster, he lost his comb points to frostbite, but is still handsome.

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    A 4 month old rooster, silver laced Wyandotte and buff Orpington mix.

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    My one year old, oddly fuzzy feathered bourbon red tom turkey.

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    A 5 year old blue mottled tom turkey.

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    My 6 year old blue slate tom.

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    My 6 year old black mottled tom.

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    My first batch of turkeys, the toms doing what toms do best.

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    The late, great Mr. Marshmallow, a bantam cochin frizzle.

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    Mottled Cochin bantams and brahma bantam under a year.

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    Another one of my frizzle cochins when they were younger.

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    A few of the girls.

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    Some of this years kids.

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    Poults and chicks

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    Photo bomber.

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    A year old sweetgrass tom.

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    One of my buff laced polish hens during the molt, and before her crest haircut.

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    A 4 month old barred rock rooster.

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    A gold laced Wyandotte rooster, 4 months, with 2 pullets.

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    Year old bantam cochin roosters, mottled.

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    2 year old buff Orpington rooster, missing a few tail feathers during the molt but still a looker.

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    Betty the australorp.

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    Another of my frizzle hen and a young porcelain d'uccle rooster.

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    A barred rock rooster and a goat.

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    A few more of my tom turkeys.

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    My young lavender tom.

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    A young gold laced Wyandotte rooster.

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    The goats who share space with my chickens.

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  1. Linda V
    Oh, Lisa! Those BR roosters are GORGEOUS!!! I am still in awe of the enormous amounts of chickens, goats, etc., you are taking care of...they all look perfect and healthy too!!
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  2. Minnowey
    I love your flock. The mottled turkeys are stunning.
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  3. BantyChooks
    Lovely photographs, and beautiful birds.
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  4. Chickie Newbie
    What a fantastic flock. I love all the diversity!
  5. Leahs Mom
    Love the photos!
  6. elaineinspain
    What absolutely beautiful birds. And so many different breeds all together!!! Gorgeous.
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  7. Mamachic1967
    Nice variety! Love the fluffy gals! Those turkeys have attitude :)
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  9. junkman56
    nice bunch of birds... I like the goat too!
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  10. Fluffers
    love mr. Marshmallow!
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