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Three girls and ten chicks!

By amyc00, Feb 16, 2013 | |
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    Describe 'Three girls and ten chicks!' here

    My husband and I have an Americauna, a Barnevelder and a SIcilian Buttercup, named Eppie, Barnie and Cesil, respectively. We had started out with 10 originally, but had a dog get into the yard and Eppie survived and came home. A lady who lived nearby had 2 girls who needed a new home, as they didn't fit in well with their own group. So we let Eppie heal up (only scratches and lost tail feathers), and we got her two new friends. They all get along well now and Cesil and Barnie absolutely love their new home. We're getting some chicks come March and I can't wait to get them! I'm also excited to have a little bigger flock again! Can't wait until they're old enough to be best friends with my three girls! [​IMG]

    By the way, that little guy up there is me when I'm not typing and writing about my girls!! [​IMG]

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