Had to cull a second packing peanut :(

PurpleChicken

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ChickieMama gave me 14 Autralorp(I think) peanuts and 3 Cochins.
Two of the Cochins were runts and unhealty. The first only lasted a
few days but the one tonight was over 3 weeks old. It was sad. He
was just sitting there cold under the light. I tried to bring him in and
warm him in front of the fire but it didn't help.
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Even though they are fryers it's still sad when they don't make it and
get a chance to range and scratch and do all the chicken stuff. After
so many culls it doesn;t get any easier to euthanize a chick either.

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PurpleChicken

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Yeah, ideal threw in 3 male cochins. I feather sexed them at day 3 and
they were definately males. There is still one left and he's healthy.

I'd never buy Cochins as fryers. I've never even had a Cochin. I have
a feeling he may be spared.
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monarc23

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Quote:
Yeah, ideal threw in 3 male cochins. I feather sexed them at day 3 and
they were definately males. There is still one left and he's healthy.

I'd never buy Cochins as fryers. I've never even had a Cochin. I have
a feeling he may be spared.
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haha awwwhh PC is in love withthe cochin (they are easy to love)
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PurpleChicken

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Apr 6, 2007
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Quote:
Yeah, ideal threw in 3 male cochins. I feather sexed them at day 3 and
they were definately males. There is still one left and he's healthy.

I'd never buy Cochins as fryers. I've never even had a Cochin. I have
a feeling he may be spared.
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haha awwwhh PC is in love withthe cochin (they are easy to love)
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You see right through me.
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He's a cute little guy and is holding his own against the Australorps
which are already twice his size.
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Guinea Goonie

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I had One Standard Cochin roo and his 7 hens. I sold off 3 of them a while back because a nice lady fell in love with them. Out of the 4 I kept One died due to a fox attach (I am guessing heart attack) and the other three then went to a gentle man I traded NJG for.

I kept the roo and I will have him until he goes to the chicken gates in chicken heaven. I really like the old fart and he has an easy comfortable life here.
 

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