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a smooth feathered mutt with a partial crest not a mix I would do
EE/Wyandotte Mix Roo Hatched Jan 2019[ATTACH]
Silver/Gold Laced Wyandotte Roo Hatched Jan 2019[ATTACH]
Slw Hatched 2017 Hen[ATTACH]
Yolko one of my free flighted budgies [ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH]
ive never gotten anymore the stock i had came from ebay wouldn't get more from there and i stick with wyandottes now since so many seramas are...
i plan on it im not breeding for show
seramas are known to do that had the same thing happened i culled all of them as they will always do that its bad genetics or they are mixed with...
each hen needs three nestboxes so if you have 3 hen you would need 9 boxes but even then they will fight over the same one colony breeding ends up...
heres 3 of my grow-outs [ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH]
heres the other two I plan on keeping this one [ATTACH][ATTACH] heres the silver [ATTACH]
hers will get better after she molts ill half to update after she molts
they still have two copies of lacings its still there[ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH]
i wouldn't be concerned yet as i've had that and they hatched fine
looks like wry neck
i think i read oregano is a good immune booster to and i think human garlic powder has salt in it so no
looks like an umbilical cord and should ideally dry out and fall off
plucking feathers is from lack of protein but at this point it might be a learned behavior and may not stop I would try upping the protein of...
heres updated pics they are wyandotte x easter eggers x easter egger mixes [ATTACH][ATTACH]
i would keep the smallest one as seramas are suppose to be tiny
im just bias but i would def keep the blrw and either the gold laced or the white wyandotte my males are huge i have 5 month olds ready to be...
most likely part of her crop