I need baby chick pics for my new article!

MGG

Free Ranging
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These are all amazing! Thank you so much. More are still wanted! Does anyone have pic of dipping their hrads in the water?
I don't, sorry.
Here are a few more of mine.
A mama with two babies (she's tidbitting, lol)
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One of her babies at 1 and a half weeks old.
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A newly hatched baby.
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Sweet Spice as a baby.
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Raven as a baby.
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Honey as a baby.
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Lilac as a baby.
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Ash as a baby.
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When Ash learned she could fly at just 2 weeks old.
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Well, that's all for now. I had some older pics of a guinea with pasty butt and a hobbled chick (for splay leg) but I can't find them now. I'll keep looking.
 

GermanKennhuhn

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Here’s some pictures of mine:
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Just arrived!
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The heater I made. It was cold when they arrived, and the two lamps weren’t enough.
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Little Bit. She had some leg deformities, and
get toes were curled. I unfortunately lost her a few weeks later to an unknown cause. :(
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About 4-5 weeks old.
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Tip, the one on her back. She couldn’t stand, and I believe she had neurological issues. She loved the little nest I made her. Unfortunately I had to rehome her. I was too busy to keep feeding her. She couldn’t get to the feeder on her own.
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