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Mighty Mo ???

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by mymanmo, Feb 16, 2013.

  1. mymanmo

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    Has anyone heard of a breed called Mighty Mo super egg machine #36? Somebody wants to give me some, but I need to know about them and their temperament before I put them with my other chickens. Any Help is greatly appreciated.
     
  2. mymanmo

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    Please don't be confused by my username.which is Mymanmo. My Mo is a rescue from 3 years ago. He was rescued along with 2 bantam hens and a bantum rooster. He just happened to get that name because of his "mohawk". My husbands cousin has whatever is called "MIGHTY MO"and has offered to give us as many as we want. I have never heard of this, and while I am not at all particular about breed, I do want to know that everyone can co-exist. Just wanted to clarify what may have been a little confusion. BTW, we eat the eggs, but we do not eat the chickens. They are pets and will remain here until they go to the rainbow bridge. Thanks Everyone!
     
  3. goldfinches

    goldfinches Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have never heard of them - and neither has google, lol!

    Could he send some pictures you could post here?
     
  4. my sunwolf

    my sunwolf Chillin' With My Peeps

    The hybrid cross Might Mo comes from Missouri (hence MO). Not really sure what they look like, the only place I could find them was from Grain Belt Hatchery (in MO).
     
  5. mymanmo

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    Okay mystery solved. I found out that "Mighty MO" is a white leghorn. At least thats what I am told by the guy who has them.
     
  6. my sunwolf

    my sunwolf Chillin' With My Peeps

    Aha, that makes sense why they advertise the egg laying skills. Must be a specific strain of the breed developed in MO. Pretty cool.
     

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