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This is "Wildman jr" and sugar the hen. Wildman, the father is a large black Silkie bantam. Sugar is a small white Silkie bantam....
I have had most of the breeds I would just say RIR they lay well meat is good, roosters are big enough to chase most predators. Buff Orp also now...
That is ED a buff orp roo one year old. Not sure how close to standard he is but he is very large. Next to RIR and RIW hens.
Its a nice rooster looks like the brother to the one I was trying to ask what he was.
Thanks guys I mean I know he is a boy he crows like crazy but just wondering if you think he is an Orpington.
Think this is a Buff Orpington Rooster. Was supposed to be a random brown egg layer but turned into a Rooster wondered what people here thought.
Oh that's your house sorry lol. That is pretty awesome. Probably stays cool in summer.
Like a Mcmansion for hobbits.
Stray cats? That's an awesome pic actually.
These are the 12 LF Salmon Faverolle chicks that hatched yesterday. Three boys for sure, but I'll know for sure how many in a week.
Those D'uccles are awesome.
Salmon Faverolle chicks started hatching tonight. Hopefully about 15, they are pipping and cheeping right now.
My faverolles start at 5 or 6 months.
Just had three faverolles sitting on eggs in the same laying box myself.
Not sure. I only do still air. Sold my expensive brinsea after finding out the cheap little LG was doing the job just as well.
Crazy hail last night. Hope I dont have a swiss cheese roof.
that's very helpful. I couldn't find much information about that specific issue. I am taking eggs out of a coop with many hens laying in one box...
Here is a egg day 8 that I have in a little giant. There is a lot of movement to be seen in the egg.