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    Do you see any Roos in those pictures?

    Than you! I can always count on you guys!
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    Do you see any Roos in those pictures?

    Really? That brings me joy LOL The 3rd picture, this barred Rock has weird feathers at the tail. I figured that if any where Roos I would’ve have heard some sort of crowing or intent there of, by this age and their tail feathers would be noticeable different as well. But I also know even tho...
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    Do you see any Roos in those pictures?

    Hi y’all, I’m attaching a few pictures, I have a mixed flock of jersey giants, speckled Sussex, RIR, cinnamon queens and barred rocks. They are all about 16-17 weeks old. I know all the queens are pullets but I have my doubts about some of the other ones. Mainly a couple of the Sussex and one...
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    Chick sexing project

    I’m late to the party LOL 😂 but reading thru and hoping this thread will help me with my flock. I have so many questions!
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    Help distinguishing between hens and roos

    None of them have crowed yet. But I know larger breeds take longer to develop
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    Help distinguishing between hens and roos

    Ah thanks for correcting me. The RIR there is one on picture 4 and there are two other RIR in picture 8.
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    Help distinguishing between hens and roos

    I have 14 week old chicks, I have my suspicions of a few that my be Roos, but y’all know more about chicks than I do. I have barred Rocks, Rhode Island, speckled sussex, cinnamon queens and jersey giants.
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    Getting there with the coop

    Yeah, maybe I’m not sure yet lol 😂, we still have to line it with hardware cloth on the bottom if we do. The run is going to be 12x8 about 6ft tall, the coop itself it’s 6x8, off the ground about 2.5 feet, tallest point will be 4.5 ft and the front is 3.2 ft or so. I’m winging it 😆
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    Getting there with the coop

    Im no builder by any means but pretty damn proud of myself for repurposing wood pallets. Half way there with the coop, I still need to finish with the roof, the inside (attach the nesting boxes/roosts/add windows) and the run.
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    First time brooding

    It’s looks good, my concern is the space. They need more.
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    Hello from WA

    Dobie lover uhh?? They are my most favorite breed!! 🥰
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    Hello from WA

    Hello all, My name is Ilian, I’m a mom of two; I’m a veterinary technician who dreams of having a micro farm one day. I love to bake and cook, I’m a homestead enthusiast. Gardening is definitely not my forte but I just keep swimming LOL I am relatively new to chickens, well I had them...
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