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Boil an egg and feed it the yolk mashed up. That'll give it a little boost.
I sure hope so. I got 6 and so far 3 of them are cockerels for sure. This baby has a slight, very slight touch of pink every now and then. Which...
[ATTACH] This little baby is about 4 1/2 weeks old or so maybe 5. Sometimes I think pullet other times I think cockerel.[ATTACH]
I thought so. Any thoughts on this sleeping beauty?[ATTACH] Thanks for the replies.
Sorry to jump in on this thread. But any ideas on this baby? It's about 4 and a half weeks old. [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Light one is a roo I'd say. Huge legs and red comb and waddles too.
Give her some mashed fine scrambled eggs too.
I could never kill any of my chickens. I have them for pets with egg benefits. I don't care that they don't lay eggs anymore. They deserve to live...
When I have new chicks I grind up the chick starter to smaller size pieces and sprinkle it around on a white paper towel near their feed bowl....
My little dainty Isbars. Currently my favorite
Those little ones watching from below are so cute! Made me smile!
I'm also dying to know how this turns out!!
I have Brahmas, Beilefelders, Isbars, and a Barnvelder. All of them are people friendly. My particular favorites right now are my isbars. They are...
I was wondering about the gloves too.
I don't know what they are but the second one is gorgeous!! Just saying! :) Maybe that one is a speckled sussex.
Popcorn...I love that! It's just to cute!! Adorable baby!!
I don't have a rooster. But I feed 24% chick starter to everyone and provide lots of oyster shell calcium. I have it available at all times.
I've used sand and it worked well. But I kinda felt bad for the little babies laying in sand. They already don't have a momma. Now they are face...
Maybe try confining them around the coop for a while so they don't have anywhere but the coop to roost in. Clip their wings too.
Ha, I live in Zephyrhills. :frow