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Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by BantyChooks, Oct 5, 2015.
oh wow... I just love T. Roo! I have a chance to get a lavender orpington roo, how are they?
Awww...thank you! Well, seeing as T.Roo's only 16 weeks old tomorrow, I don't know exactly how he'll be in the next year or so. But, I can tell you this: he's been great so far. Very timid, respectful, and extremely submissive. I'm just hoping he'll be the same way towards our hens when he comes of age.
My son & "white" cuddling up on Sunday morning. Now that's chicken love
Penny's 1st Easter!!
Penny loves posing!
Silva's Flower Obsession
Miss. Red's, Goldie's and Silva's Stroller!
Aww how sweet!
Adorable pictures! Love that first pic with Penny.
My Old Chicken Picture, Cinnamon.
here's a picture I just found (very old) of bubbles loosing his down!
Isn't he adorable!?!?! (Ok, I guess that's a face only a parent could love)
Awwww....Bubbles was cute! So fluffy and adorable. It's been harvest time here, so the corn fields have merited some great fall-ish chicken and duck pictures.
Of course, you are already familiar with my Alex sweetie.
Cookie, my 16-week-old Sicilian Buttercup who has a personality IDENTICAL to Alex's. Even down to the crackly voice and flying up onto my arm on command, except that Cookie does it without invitation! Sometimes she just flies straight at my face, and I have to catch her.
Indigo, a.k.a Indi, the Blue Runner was in style today with her corn husk "necklace!"
My adorable and slightly ornery Welsummer, Laserbeak. She was one of my very first chickens, so you can imagine that she's special.