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Well you actually have no leghorns they’re all Anconas and all female. This is the first time I’ve seen another person with Ancona chickens in...
Wow they look a lot more different than mine.
I was wondering how much my silkie roosters are worth one is all black the other one seems to be buff colored. I didn’t know if they were worth...
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I found mine at a tractor supply chicken swap.
I wasn’t originally part of this thread but I just read through it all I’m glad you got chickens. When did they start to lay?
Well I guess it’s not that I don’t have any bees, more like what bees I do have they prefer my crape myrtles and rose of Sharon trees more than my...
Hi I’m new to this thread but I just wanted to share about my garden stories. It seems in my garden I have little to no bees and I don’t know why...
I still think a is a pullet.
Put decoy eggs in their nest and also put something in the nest they made to discourage nesting there.
They both look like pullets to me but I can’t tell you their breed they look mixed maybe black australorp.
Posting so I don’t lose the thread
You could try to separate her from the flock while she incubates them so nothing happens to the eggs or she doesn’t go to the wrong nest.
I would separate her once they hatch and watch them while they hatch so none of the other animals bother them.
Oh she’s definitely broody she checked every broody mark.
Okay the one animal I hate the most is raccoons. They’re always after my chickens ALWAYS. It seems like they kill for fun and they bring they’re...
He’s a cockerel.
Try this thread https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/not-sure-about-the-breed-of-your-chicken-s-click-here.1324099/page-6#post-21604203
It could be a cockerel which develop their combs before pullets.