Cochins, Gamefowl and Orpingtons

Ruthster55

Crowing
Nov 23, 2013
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Games are where it's at, especially when they play games with their eggs! They love to turn eggs into chicks! I guess it's a fun game for a game hen to play.

And games are super-intelligent and the hens are very good mothers!

I'd have Cochins, too, if I could find any in my local area. I can't resist the fluffyness and feather feet of Cochins.

Orpingtons are boring. If I had to have Orpingtons, I would choose the really floofy English variety of Orpingtons (in black). There aren't any Orpingtons nearby either.

Ya never know - I might just have a few Leghorns in the future. Just a few, though.
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JadeFarms

Free Ranging
May 3, 2019
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Florida
Games are where it's at, especially when they play games with their eggs! They love to turn eggs into chicks! I guess it's a fun game for a game hen to play.

And games are super-intelligent and the hens are very good mothers!

I'd have Cochins, too, if I could find any in my local area. I can't resist the fluffyness and feather feet of Cochins.

Orpingtons are boring. If I had to have Orpingtons, I would choose the really floofy English variety of Orpingtons (in black). There aren't any Orpingtons nearby either.

Ya never know - I might just have a few Leghorns in the future. Just a few, though.
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You are officially the smartest person on BYC. Finally someone with some common sense. I’ve been having to deal with Happy’s Orpington nonsense.

Though I love Cochins, I love Gamefowl more.
 

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