agriculture show in N. Ireland

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by clucking chicken, Aug 6, 2009.

  1. clucking chicken

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  2. onthespot

    onthespot Deluxe Dozens

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    Wow! Thanks clucking chicken! What do they call that first bird? That one and the last one both look really unusual. I have not seen those clolors before. Thanks for sharing. Don't know how this post got buried ten pages before I saw it!
     
  3. clucking chicken

    clucking chicken Songster

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    not sure but it was all great the one that looks like a light sussex came first
     
  4. davejw

    davejw In the Brooder

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    cant believe the LS come first out of them >< young age ,small waddle and tail isnt great , Il enter my LS next year [​IMG]
     
  5. aveca

    aveca Songster

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    We LOVE looking at the chickens shows in here. A world tour of CHickens .Thanks for posting. They take it pretty serious over there. A lot of our shows are falling by the wayside , loss of interest I guess. The shows used to be massive and fill 3 barns, now they are lucky to fill one.
     
  6. clucking chicken

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    Beautiful
     
  7. racuda

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    Are the Irish Silkies usually non-bearded?
     

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