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pekins/cochins , warrens(love to be picked up), silkies and d'uccles
lovin the names guys! nd aoxa, im lovin it!(recognise the slogan?)lol
thanks guys! keep em going [IMG]
Do you have a british accent?
well that was random, i dont hear it because everyone around me speaks the same, but anyone i meet from anywhere...
yeh but she hears duck and drake in so many places, so then thinks it must be chicken and cock, if you get where im coming from. and yes, im sure...
ive had them, sold to me as either a magpie or silver sussex (both are cross bred hybrid layers)
LMFAO meant full body *SHOT* stupid keyboard, keys are tiny! *SHOT* i found tha funny.... i....feel...stupid...
i agree, defo a chicken, at least now you are sure about that when you go to the feed stores! [IMG]
and at that age id say roo, full body poop,...
i think they are VERY lightly feathered, but didnt look for that aspect! also its a bit leggy, and my crosses have way more feathers on thier...
defo cocks, first one has an amazing comb!
and hen, and not sure of the second one breed, but i think cockerel
i think the buff one is a silkie cross pekin, i have 2 that look identical
First of all, a cock is a chicken. You mean is it a hen or a cock. Your picture didn't show up.
is this a chicken or...
dont worry about it, it happens from time to time, especially if the hen has been broody recently
i agree, but if this continues for too long and you get really worried, block off that nestbox for a few weeks, then open it back up, they will be...
RIR, chicks look like that, they loose the speckled bits in a few months, like mine did, all 8 of my RIR cockerels were like this
keep em coming guys [IMG]
in a month or so, will post exactly when soon, and not giving anything away yet [IMG]
i recently had a swarm of flies, it will pass over in a few weeks
thank you [IMG]