A tribute to all my beautiful roos past and present

Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by tinychicky, May 26, 2011.

  1. tinychicky

    tinychicky Songster

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    i've lost several birds this year and i just wanted to do a tribute to all my beautiful roosters i've had in the six years since i started raising chickens.
    Those deceased. Rest in peace, boys:
    Goldenshine, Cochin mix, died May 25, 2011 of Chronic Respritory Disease
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    Spice, Spangled OEGB, died May 22, 2011 of bad infection in leg
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    Dove, Red Pyle OEGB, killed May 13, 2011 by a dog, broken neck
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    Cloverleaf, Mottled Cochin, killed May 13, 2011 by a dog, mauled beyond saving (right of pic)
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    The ones i've given away:
    Teeny, Cochin Mix, Living as a family pet in NH (left of pic)
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    Tonto, Cochin Mix, went with his brother Teeny (black chick on left of pic)
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    Ivory, Silkie Mix, found new home at chicken swap. (white chick at far right of pic)
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    Bree, WCB Polish, now living in RI with 16 RIR hens
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    All the lovely roos i have now:
    Mallard, Black Cochin
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    Chive, Cochin mix
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    Brook, Lavender Dutch
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    Arizona, Mix breed (B. Rosecomb, Silkie, Cochin, Cornish, etc.) and his sister Pheonix (black silkie X)
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    Raven, Black Silkie
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    Darkflight, Silkie X (and his sister, Sapphire)
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  2. FireTigeris

    FireTigeris Tyger! Tyger! burning bright

    cool like a rooster totem pole.
     
  3. CrestedGirl

    CrestedGirl Polish Obsessed

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    Fort Worth, Tx
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  4. tinychicky

    tinychicky Songster

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    thank you. the two killed by a dog died on friday the thirteenth. it's probably a coinsidence but it doesn't help [​IMG]
     

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