That's one great looking little bird, Uzi.Holy smokes, that egg is super tiny!
My little 2mos old cockerel is developing a split at the back of his comb & it looks like he might end up growing a comb that will look like a pair of horns around his mohawk. This cracked me up to discover last night. He has also gone from making velociraptor noises, to xenomorph (the aliens in Aliens) noises, to a mix of both with the pattern of an actual crow. I'm going to need to move them out before his finally figures out how to crow properly.
So sorry COChix, I have been through the same thing. I hope you find good homes for everyone.Hi,
Well I am posting this post with an extremely heavy heart. We got news that we will need to move, we are unsure yet of time frames. So we have spent the last couple days trying to figure out a plan for our flock, we realistically can't take all of them with us. We are working on a space to go to but we would need to downsize. So we will be selling most of our one year old layers.
Our breeds are as follows:
Barred Rock - 4
Delaware - 5
Dark Cornish - 4 - one is broody and sitting on 8 eggs.
Easter Eggers - 3-5
Rhode Island Red - 2
Welsummer's - 1 maybe two
Buff Orphington Rooster.
All have been vaccinated for Marek's as chicks, we are asking $20 for each laying hen and the roo. Please PM me if you are interested, I wanted to offer to the Colorado Thread before I post in the general section.
Right now our plan is to keep a couple layers ( two EE and one Welsummer) and the chicks we just hatched, but that mighty change down the road.