Winds of Change Page

By Windchyme · Jan 11, 2012 · Updated Aug 26, 2018 ·
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    Winds of Change Poultry Pens
    English Orpingtons in many colors, Colored Sebastopol Geese, Heritage Turkeys,
    & Saxony/Appleyard production ducks

    in the foothills of northern-ish California

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    Exhibition - Beautiful, Productive Pets -

    Garden Companions, Landscape Enhancement



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    "A touch of elegance for

    your landscape"




    MEMBERS OF - American Bantam Association, American Poultry Association & APA-ABA Youth Program, International Waterfowl Breeders Association, American Silkie Bantam Club, Children former 4H members (no good poultry program here currently)
    * Located in the gold country of the California Foothills *

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    [FONT=tahoma,arial,helvetica,sans-serif]Hi, I am Paula Shepard (aka Windchyme) of Winds of Change Poultry Pens. While top notch english orpingtons in many colors are my main "thing" My daughter also raises a mixed color pen of bantam cochins in regular and frizzle feathering, a B/B/S pen of standard cochins, colored Sebastopol geese from a Holderread background, a heritage turkey strain we're developing, and a small flock of mixed Saxony/Appleyard production ducks.

    I take this very seriously and strive to have the highest quality stock I possibly can as it costs as much to feed a good bird as it does to feed a scrub bird. I will ship sometimes. I am also willing to entertain trade requests from those who similarly work towards and care about having top notch stock.


    I am new to breeding the English Orpingtons and have started with Daniel Velasquez stock exclusively for the moment.

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