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By perse, Jan 11, 2012 | |
  1. perse
    My Chicks
    Hi! Welcome to my world! I had many animals when I was a child: chickens, geese, ducks, turkeys, turkins, guineas, pigs, horses, cows, rabbits, pigeons and....oh yes, cats, dogs, ferrets, hamsters, and ... what else is left???
    Now many many years later, I felt the need to get back to my roots, so my chicken journey begins with Thelma and Louise...
    Update: September 2010, I now have a few different breeds: Frizzles, Americaunas or (EEs), a Barred Rock, a Partridge Rock, a Self Blue Old English, and a Porcelaine Mille Fleur. They were all a combination of chicks purchased from hatcheries as well as hatched from my daughter's science class.
    I am beginning to refamilarize myself with the world of chickens, so any comments, tips and suggestions, as well as buddies, I gladly welcome!!!
    So please, stop by, drop a note, and say hello!




    It all started with Thelma and Louise, Americaunas or as I am reading (EEs), April 2010
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    Thelma
    (From blonde to brown)

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    Thelma, Vinney, Freckles,
    and Louise (from brown to blonde) September 2010
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    Two small blue/green eggs! September 2010


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    Panda, Miley (think they are Americaunas?), Lilly and DaisyLilly, Frizzle

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    Willow, Americauna RoosterDaisy, Barred Rock

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    Scar Jo and Red (Liam) FrizzlesThe Flock
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    Don't have great photos of Penguino (Black Frizzle), and the three white Frizzles, Lucy and
    Penny (have one above of Lilly though), Blue - Self Blue Old English, and
    Freckles, Partridge Rock and I am sure I have left someone out... Total of 15 in my flock.


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