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Loving Baby Duckling and Little Black Chick

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by spateslak, Mar 24, 2013.

  1. spateslak

    spateslak Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi Everyone! So I had to hatch eggs for my class and despite all the doubts I had all but 2 of my 15 eggs hatched and now I have 11 healthy chicks and 1 happy duck! But unfortunately I can't keep them and I can always drop them off at the feed store I got the eggs from but I would prefer to find them homes at a family farm. Especially my duckling because he needed help hatching and lives in a cage in my room and is so sweet and loving that I would hate to just drop him off at te feed store. Also among my batch of chicks I had one particularly tiny black chick out of all yellow chicks and he is doing well now but is significantly smaller than the others because he too needed help hatching and was later than the others. I would really love to find a home for the little black chick and the duckling but as well as all the other chicks too! I live in Orange County, CA and are willing to drive to you but please let me know. I just want them to be safe an loved!
     
  2. Wildlife

    Wildlife Out Of The Brooder

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    WHERE are you,Dear one???? (geographicly)
     
  3. Wildlife

    Wildlife Out Of The Brooder

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    DISREGARD previous post.I see now ya'll are VERY far from me
     
  4. Shilaommi

    Shilaommi Out Of The Brooder

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    Is your black chick male or female? How old and what breed is it?
     
  5. spateslak

    spateslak Out Of The Brooder

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    I'm not sure what kind of Chicken it is and it is almost 2 weeks old but so cute and sweet. I don't know if this helps but it hatched from a light brown egg and most of the other chicks that hatched with it were yellow but some were yellow with black patched but this ones is all black! It's precious but smaller since it hatched about a day late and needed help hatching but is doing great and growing and eating everyday!
     

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