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Rirs And Black Australorps

By Smiths, Aug 5, 2012 | Updated: Sep 12, 2012 | | |
  1. Smiths
    Born 7-30-12 @ Meyers Hatchery recieved 8-1-12 all but 1 blkaus order as pullets

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  1. Direchicken
    Hi there,

    I've been away from BYC for a while now, only just logged back on and noticed the RIR and Black Australorp photos you added to my collection (here: http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/rirs-and-black-australorps). Cool!! I didn't even know if it was possible for another member to add photos to this gallery, so great to realise that you can.

    Am I right in thinking that all apart from the first Australorp turned out to be pullets? With the benefit of hindsight, would you be able to arrange the photos by individual chick, so that they chronicled its development up until the time that gender was obvious?

    Best wishes,

    Mark
  2. ward dawleh
    awwwh they're so cute AND adorable :)
    i love'em ^_^

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