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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by scflock, Nov 9, 2015.
ha ha ha
I forgot the best image, a tough boy thinking he can lift a 9' tree himself
Those Brahma are gorgeous!! I just don't care for so much feathering on the feet and legs...
Dull gray, I dunno what you'd call dull... this is one of my young pullets I'm favoring now... ignore the peachy/yellow on her back, sun was going down, lol...
Needs to be a Tony the Tiger dart board...
She is very pretty! I should have taken pictures I guess before I sold them.
I love the huge massiveness of the birds themselves, the first time I ever saw them I was in awe to be honest, I was like, is that a turkey or a chicken!!!!!!!, and you know my excitement, well it came out! And the way they lifted their feet to walk and strut! And feet so much bigger than my entire hand! I am very lucky to have a very wooded therefore peat filled area and the feet typically stay fairly clean. Everyone is coming out of molt, I wish I could see leg/foot feathering better on the youngins so I wouldnt overwinter them all. I had procrastinated too long to pick through them. I have too many splash female and pullets. Like I said I have this thing for splash, but the blue sells. DH has a thing with hording chickens but he hasnt a clue
Thanks for the comments. I do appreciate the insight. I need to get more pics of Ted. I'm not sure what it is about him, but Louie is definitely the more dominant boy, but he's also friendlier to me. I have some of their offspring in the bator now so I'm sure I'll trade one of them out eventually.
Shade - the whole thing is on the edge of the woods, so it gets shade from the trees part of the day, and I have a tarp over almost half of it, for shade other times (and rain/snow protection)
I typed after the wrong comment, but I read them all
Sally - beautiful tree! Sorry I can't keep my end of the deal, no sticks, not even a slickhead. Squirrels were out in full force, but I wasn't squirrel hunting :rant
And the pups are adorable
But what about the deer?