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Discussion in 'Sponsored Content, Contests, and Giveaways' started by sumi, Aug 18, 2015.
I should have taken Lovey's pic last week. She was atrocious. My five year old was worried his chicken was turning into a porcipine.
(Buff polish crested hen)
This is my 4yos chicken, lovingly named "Sexy".
Her first molt has left her not quite living up to her name...
...and this wasn't even the worst of it!
(all other breeds)
lol .. and doesn't she look happy about the situation.. NOT!
Wow, she looks like some kind of mutant. You could put her to work for Halloween scaring small children
Bwahaha! Poor thing looks similar to my turkey when she goes. Thank you for giving her a shirt. I feel bad for them when they drop all those feathers and give you the look like, "Sheez, what'dya want?! Can't you see I'm suffering?"
It's been since her first clutch in January. Nothing has helped! It gets worse and worse!
right!! my husband can barely look at the poor little girl!! Honestly she's uglier then the pictures I feel bad!
@Angie16hearts Hmmm.... have you tried emu oil? I know, she's not an emu -- LOL! But I tried it before with my stubborn molters and i think it actually did something. No scientific evidence -- but my own observations... I dunno. Gonna need a sweater in the winter!
Edited to say -- you rub the emu oil on their skin.
Hard to get a picture of my streaking cornish (non-frizzle). Despite losing her clothes, she continued to rock her mullet.
I think her Daddy was a Porcupine !! This is after and before.