Chic pics but sad news, just lost one

WriterofWords

Has Fainting Chickens
12 Years
Dec 25, 2007
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Ok, I'm going to try and get each and every one of our babies that hatched on here, not all at once but I'm starting with the two survivors from AE50's group that the post office crushed:
The first one is Nugget, the first one that hatched:

This is Tux, the one we didn't think would live:

This is the two of them together:

This is Wooster, the Turken cross some thought might turn out to be a Showgirl:

This is Wooster with his baby Japanese Quail, they are peeking out of his wings on his back while taking a "Wooster Ride":

This is Wooster standing with his baby quail:
 
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WriterofWords

Has Fainting Chickens
12 Years
Dec 25, 2007
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52
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Chaparral, New Mexico
Part two
This is a pretty little silver colored baby:

black and silver:

darker black fluffy one:

gold with fluffy legs:

5 toed fluffy black one:

large striped one:

small striped one:

last black and kinda white fluffy one:
 

WriterofWords

Has Fainting Chickens
12 Years
Dec 25, 2007
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Chaparral, New Mexico
Quote:Thank you, Wooster is my special baby, one of our younger students at school couldn't say rooster, so his name is Wooster. He is very maternal and takes good care of the chicks,, but most of them are as big as him already, he's tiny!
 

WriterofWords

Has Fainting Chickens
12 Years
Dec 25, 2007
13,212
52
336
Chaparral, New Mexico
Quote:I'm curious as to what it will look like older. I'd like to know if they are hens or roos but I just don't know how to tell until they either crow or lay an egg and hopefully don't do both!
 

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