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Another..Look What I found

Discussion in 'Peafowl' started by AugeredIn, Dec 3, 2014.

  1. Hey Alea, look what I couldn't resist.
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  2. Dany12

    Dany12 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Both .... spalding ???
     
  3. KsKingBee

    KsKingBee Overrun With Chickens

    White Spauldings, nice. [​IMG] Have they been in isolation or did you put them straight into general pop?
     
  4. They are both 75%+ spaldings. They are in isolation with a pair of peach and a spalding BS split to charcoal hen for a couple of weeks. Then they will go into a full size grow out pen until January of 2016.
     
  5. KsKingBee

    KsKingBee Overrun With Chickens

    I take it that you will be deworming and treating for cocci the first couple of weeks while they are in isolation?
     
  6. They were recently wormed. Will get a round of Valbazen in a couple of weeks. I don't use Corid, Sulmet or Metrodinazole unless I have to.
     
  7. KsKingBee

    KsKingBee Overrun With Chickens

    It always interests me how people with lots of experience and lots of birds do things, thanks.
     
  8. casportpony

    casportpony Team Tube Feeding Captain & Poop Inspector General Premium Member

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    Where do you find all these birds?

    -Kathy

    Edited to add: Congrats, I'm jealous!
     
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2014
  9. They came from Rocking BAB Ranch. Hard to get a hold of. You can see the adults in Alea's thread on Farm Day.
     
  10. casportpony

    casportpony Team Tube Feeding Captain & Poop Inspector General Premium Member

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    Did you have them shipped or are you close enough that you could pick them up?

    -Kathy
     

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