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    Lethargic, droopy head 3 month old pullet- can’t figure out what is wrong!! Help!

    Thank you! I knew you'd know which of the workers she could most safely start with. :wee
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    Lethargic, droopy head 3 month old pullet- can’t figure out what is wrong!! Help!

    @Eggcessive @casportpony Sorry to be gone for so long and tag you - this is my friend. She's thinking of trying a wormer since she can't get her hen into a vet and she has no other symptoms than lethargy and a bit of a poopy butt once. What wormer would be safe to start with for a young...
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    Warrenton, VA - 6.5 month old Easter Egger cockerel

    Hello from Warrenton, VA! I have a gorgeous Easter Egger cockerel, 6.5 months old, who needs a new home. Docile, non-aggressive, grown up around children. We don't have enough hens for another boy, unfortunately.
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    Warrenton, VA - 6.5 month old Easter Egger cockerel

    Hello from Warrenton, VA! I have a gorgeous Easter Egger cockerel, 6.5 months old, who needs a new home. Docile, non-aggressive, grown up around children. We don't have enough hens for another boy, unfortunately.
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    Virginia

    Hello from Warrenton! I have a gorgeous Easter Egger cockerel, 6.5 months old, who needs a new home. Docile, non-aggressive, grown up around children. We don't have enough hens for another boy, unfortunately.
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    Newbie here from Va

    Hello and welcome from another Virginian! :frow
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    First-time broody, first-time broody owner

    Nope. One is likely a Dominique cross, but all are barred to some extent - I guess from papa (below). I am going on the color of their combs, which are all red (at 7 weeks ).
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    Soy-free layer feed

    Modesto Milling on the west coast makes some. I feed New Country Organics soy/corn-free feed, but not sure if it's available to you...?
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    First-time broody, first-time broody owner

    Update! Our six chicks are almost 7 weeks old. I had hoped that ONE of the six was a hen, but alas, no! SIX cockerels! Still, they are awesome. They free range with the big ladies and roo during the day, and are in a tractor coop at night. I think when they are big enough to start getting...
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    First-time broody, first-time broody owner

    Update time! So she isn't just a great broody, but an amazing mama, too. She catches bugs and gives them to the chicks, smashes mealworms into bite size pieces, and hunkers down when babies hop up for a ride (mostly). And the babies are sweet, too!
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    First-time broody, first-time broody owner

    SIX out and about this afternoon ❤
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