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Discussion in 'Online Poultry Show' started by CherriesBrood, Jan 16, 2016.
Any more entry's?
I actually got Lily as a 6 month old so I have no clue what the percentage is. Sorry!
I would LOVE a Splash Silkie! Your so lucky that your getting 4 I only have one
Its pretty small isn't it? Hope you get some more entries!
Haha, well luckily I have a great hatchery that I get all of my babies from and they have some pretty cool breeds! They have some rare breeds, and a lot of bantam breeds! They are called chickens for backyards hatchery and aren't that popular. Yes they are like bantams except a tiny bit bigger. I am getting a splash silkie, I'm also getting a black, buff, and white silkie. I'm hoping that I will get 3 girls and 1 roo so I can breed them. They can't sex the silkies, that's the downfall. Other than that they are a great hatchery!
Thank you! So where did you get your silkie? What other breeds do you have in your flock?
Silver Spangeld Hamburg, Brown Leghorn, White Sussex, Rhode Island Red, Red unknown, Ameraucana, Australorp, Rare buff, Light Brama, Silkie, Black unknown
We get most of our hens from our friends, they breed rare or special breeds. (thats where we got Lily) Our chicks we just get from Frey's hatchery. We once got 5 chicks from our friends but 4 of them were boys so we had to give them back, so thats why we now get our chicks from Frey's and hens that we KNOW are hens from our friends
Cool breeds! I'm trying to incubate some chicks for some of our friends, but I have to get these chicks first before I can get enough eggs to do so.
Right now In my flock I have 3 Kockoo Maroons, salmon Favorelle, Easter Egger, 2 lavendar Cochins, buff Orpington, and golden laced wayndotte mix.
Then I will be adding 4 silkies, and 13 other breeds, that I have ordered. (Can't name em all to many)
Nice breeds! I really would like a Lavender Cochin, How are they?
They are so awesome! They make great mothers and friends! I wrote a story on them in my signature if you'd like to see pics.!
I LOVE your story on Lila and Lulu!!!! It made me cry a bit to see how two chickens can be so connected
We have 30 hens in total