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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by call ducks, Mar 27, 2010.
Snapped a couple of quick pics of a few of the Gilbert BA's. They are 10 weeks old.
Looking good Dan!
The Hupp Blue australorps are just over 12 weeks old.
For size reference, that is a one gallon water fountain.
The smaller one in the back of the last three pictures is a Black Penedesenca.
Thanks Ron! Those Hupp Birds are lookin nice too. I hope I have good luck with my Fall hatch of Hupp eggs!
They are very sweet too!
They do not try to fly over the top of the pen either.
Thanks for the broodiness clarification. All of these australorps are looking real good! I'm not in town now, but when I get back I'll introduce my now 16 wk. olds to the hens.
The back one looks Rooish to me ...the comb seems to be raising ..I am nor expert though
Yeah I was concerned about the front one, but now she's looking like a hen and Alice is looking Roo, time will tell I guess, hate to hav to process that one, she's (or he's) my sons chicken
That's why the feed companies supplement with B vitamins in medicated feeds , to correct Niacin and thiamine deficiencies. How many people routinely use Corid/ amprolium. and supplement with B vitamins? Too few.