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Northern Bay Area here!
They are definately feathered and colored like hens though the one has a large comb for her age. at this point I would say both hens though!
Madison!! They're adorable and you didn't even tell me you got them!!!! How dare you!?
Also, should I be worried about mites or any other external parasite?
My dad works in Mill Valley california where the bay has a small inlet and where he works is literally 50 feet from the water so there are lots of...
So today, my dad was at work when he noticed two TINY baby ducklings wandering around outside the dealership. He went out to see what they were...
I'm looking to increase my silkie flock because I absolutely love them! I currently have two silkie hens, one white and one buff but they need a...
If the red doesn't get darker in the next few weeks then most likely its a pullet, but right now I vote roo
Looks like an EE cross Rhode Island Red, very pretty bird and how lucky she lays the pretty blue eggs!
I'm going to say roo, though the EE's can be undecided on gender for a long time! Good luck and pretty bird!
Blue could be a pullet, but the other one is definately a rooster
Nice little cockerel!
My silkie babies are hatching and right now I have 3 out. I had to help one out because it pipped yesterday but hadn't made any progress over...