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How cool is that! [IMG] Beautiful little flock!
[IMG] You will get plenty of answers from the good people here! I am pretty new myself and find this site so helpful!
[IMG] I am a pretty new member here myself and love all the helpful information and friendly people here! I also have a lil dark cornish bantam...
I don't know..but had to tell you that pic is adorable!
Thanks! I looked up the ideal site and the self blue OEGB and it sure does look like it! [IMG]
( looks like what ideal poultry sells as a Pearl Old English which is a Mottled Self Blue Old English )
this is a suggestion that someone posted...
whoops! Mine is 9 1/2 weeks..hard to keep them all straight..lol! So it is much bigger but looked just like yours at that age. Is yours very...
Thanks! I have looked everywhere for that silver chick and can't find one that matches [IMG]
Also 4 and 5 are 9 1/2 weeks not 7..lol..hard to keep...
The bottom pic looks like my silver bantam..I am trying to figure out what breed she ( I hope pullet ) is. I posted pics of her at 7 1/2 weeks...
Sorry posted before I was done:hide
Have figured out most of my flock..but am wondering what ya'll think what breed and sex these are?
Praying peace and healing for all..
Could something ( predator or pest ) be disturbing them causing the eggs to end up on the floor and making them feel unsafe to roost inside?
That would be awesome! [IMG] Would his offspring be bantam olive eggers?
Number 4 is really small and also has really green legs? If that helps any?
Yes, that one is feathering and growing much slower than the other one. Our TSC didn't have bantams so I got them at the feed store. Thanks so...
Thankyou! Number 2's comb is yellow and nearly flat. Number 3's is yellow and mostly flat it's just has a couple very small bumps.
ooops..chicks 1 and 2 are 5 weeks..the others are almost 8 weeks. I'm really hoping someone can ID them, especially number 6, she ( I hope ) is...
sorry somehow posted before I was done [IMG]
Hi..my bantams are 5 weeks now..would really appreciate hearing what you think about breed and hen's or roo's. Thanks!