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Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by K-12 Chickens, Nov 25, 2011.
AHAHAHAHA IT LOOKS LIKE AN OLD CHINESE LADY DOO
Reminds me of Phyllis Diller (RIP)
I wanna hug that pug...so cute!
Quote: Thank you!! She has an "identical twin" as well, I should get a picture of them together.
they are georgeous chickens! so brilliant and unique.....maybe next batch in a few years.....what do their eggs look like? are they harder to care for than other types of chickens?
You DO NOT mess with the one and only BROODY BLACKIE!
Everyone is hiding from the heat in the coop today, so I grabbed my camera for some chicken portraiture.
My cockerel, One, was particularly camera-friendly today:
Lurch is a little more skittish, but he still stepped up and struck a handsome pose:
The Comets never need encouragement and spent most of the time pecking at my legs in search of food:
The pullets took time off from their foraging to look for a free meal, as well:
And, from the safety of a dense bramble, the wee Cochins tried to figure out what, exactly, I was pointing at them:
that face is priceless