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  1. thedragonlady

    *Buff Orpington Thread!*

    Thank you. It is not only annoying. It is fraudulent. I know exactly who has my birds.
  2. thedragonlady

    Post Pics Of Orps/ Orpingtons HERE

    This is a copyrighted photo of my Monty, an imported English Buff Orpington. This photo is being used by Wringneck Poultry, in Texas, without my permission. They do not have any Buffs from me, so do not be mislead.Buyer beware.
  3. thedragonlady

    Post Pics Of Orps/ Orpingtons HERE

    This is a copyrighted photo of my Monty, an imported English Buff Orpington. This photo is being used by Wringneck Poultry, in Texas, without my permission. They do not have any Buffs from me, so do not be mislead.Buyer beware.
  4. thedragonlady

    The IMPORTED ENGLISH Orpington Thread

    This is a copyrighted photo of my Monty, an imported Buff Orpington. This photo is being used without my permission by Wringneck Poultry in Texas. They do not have any of my birds, so do not be mislead by this photo.
  5. thedragonlady

    *Buff Orpington Thread!*

    This is a copyrighted photo of my Monty, an English Buff Orpington. Wringneck Poultry in Texas is using this photo without permission. They do not have any Buffs from me, so do not be mislead by this photo.
  6. thedragonlady

    *Buff Orpington Thread!*

    This is a copyrighted photo of my Monty, an English Buff Orpington. Wringneck Poultry in Texas is using this photo without permission. They do not have any Buffs from me, so do not be mislead by this photo.
  7. thedragonlady

    A Heritage of Perfection: Standard-bred Large Fowl

    Very few new people know of the scope of Harry Halbach's influence in the poultry world. He was one of my early mentors, and a friend for 50 years .I hope the Halbach family continue Harry's reputation for excellence, integrity, and education of newcomers, as I once was myself. He will be...
  8. thedragonlady

    Thank you so much for your kind words. I too hope I'm still around in 10 years !

    Thank you so much for your kind words. I too hope I'm still around in 10 years !
  9. thedragonlady

    BREEDING FOR PRODUCTION...EGGS AND OR MEAT.

    Amen to that ! Bolt hole secured , I'm sure.
  10. thedragonlady

    The IMPORTED ENGLISH Orpington Thread

    What pretty girls they've grown into !
  11. thedragonlady

    Heritage Large Fowl - Phase II

    At three days old, my chicks go on to the small chips from TSC, in a big water tub. Get your babies off slick paper !
  12. thedragonlady

    Post Pics Of Orps/ Orpingtons HERE

    Took you FOREVER to believe me that Bella is a girl ! So glad she's doing well with her chick ! You can box her up anytime, and send her to me !
  13. thedragonlady

    BREEDING FOR PRODUCTION...EGGS AND OR MEAT.

    Well bred, well fed, Orp LF should still be healthy at 6-8 years old.The hens will produce fewer eggs, but any hen who fits the SOP, and produces well for that long should be bred from. The older hens are the crown jewels in a breeding program.Many a promising pullet has fallen apart at age 2...
  14. thedragonlady

    BREEDING FOR PRODUCTION...EGGS AND OR MEAT.

    If you will moisten your finger, dip it in chick starter, then make pecking motions, the chicks will run to your hand. Do this, and you will have friendly birds, not birds who fear your hand. Chicks instinctively fear anything looming over them, so speak first, then make the packing motions with...
  15. thedragonlady

    BREEDING FOR PRODUCTION...EGGS AND OR MEAT.

    Thank you! And no, I don't put up with any guff, especially from bad tempered birds,other varmits, or people. I have never had problems with bad acting cockerels, or cock birds, probably because it is firmly embedded in my mind that I am THE MOTHER, and they are the CHICKEN, be it friend, or...
  16. thedragonlady

    Heritage Large Fowl - Phase II

    This year has been a rough hatching year for many, and now the heat is settling in. I know I won't ship now, and neither will many other breeders. Like me, they will have some almost grown birds to sell this fall, because those birds got caught by the heat, and no shipping.You need to get on a...
  17. thedragonlady

    BREEDING FOR PRODUCTION...EGGS AND OR MEAT.

    Welcome Jason. There is a method to your dad's "madness".He's been successfully holding down the fort for a long time, and obviously developed his own system for doing so. He's a wise old fox, who knows you'll have to work it out too, and he's giving you the time to do just that. Do keep us...
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