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Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by jtbrown, Jun 12, 2011.
Reds/Bantums/Light Brahmas are 10 weeks; EE are 6 weeks
THanks for looking!
Awww! Thanks for sharing. They are so cute! Especially those EE's!
Thanks, I am at work today, but this website is an easy to way to show everyone my chicks, so I have been showing them off!
I had such a sweet EE that looks so much like your light reddish one w/blue (pic 5). My girl was Ginger. How's your little scissor beak doing?? Is she able to eat well???
I debated what to do with scissor beak, I was sure we were going to cull. So far, very glad we didn't. She is bigger than rest of birds, hangs out at the feeder, is somewhat friendlier than the others. She grooms herself, although I've read that gets harder, but so far she looks great. So, we'll see, if she falls behind in growth, I will see, but if anything she is a little heavier than the other 24 of my EE.
And I love those with the gray/blue tint, I have 3 of those, I cannot get a hold of them easily, they aren't happy when I do, I hope they settle down once they start laying, if not, I will look from afar!