Mixed Medeley Flock Owners chime in!!!

Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by gmendoza, Jul 28, 2011.

  1. gmendoza

    gmendoza Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Rock Hill,SC
    Rules are:

    You cannot have more than 6 of one kind

    cannot be a flock of muts

    must have diffrent kinds of birds ( chickens and turkeys and ducks and guineas...etc,etc...)

    Most must be hens/pullets


    Ok Ill go first. I have:

    2 bared rock hens
    1 buff orp hen
    1 white leghorn hen
    1 blue cucoo miran hen
    1 light brahma hen
    1 partridge rock hen
    1 wyandotte hen
    1 buff ee hen
    1 dark cornish bulldog hen
    1 black sex link hen
    2 american game hens
    1 pearl guinea hen
    1 cornish cross pullet
    1 white ee pullet
    2 dark cornish bulldog pullets
    1 dark cornish bulldog cockerelle
    3 rir pullets
    1 rir cockerelle
    6 amber link pullets
    2 mixed red sex link/dark cornish bulldog pullets
    4 mixed red sex link/ american game pullets
    2 chocolate muscovy hens
    1 chocolate pied muscovy hen
    1 white silkie rooster
    2 silkie hens (one white,one black)
    1 bbroeg hen
    1 oegb hen
    1 oegb hen mutt
    1 phoenix bantam pullet mutt
    1 phoenix bantam pullet
    1 phoenix bantam cockerelle
    2 bb turkeys ( hen and jake)

    Can anyone beat this???? [​IMG]
     
  2. gryeyes

    gryeyes Covered in Pet Hair & Feathers

    Quote:Hmmmm, I meet #1, #2, #3, and barely #4. But they're starting to breed, so I have more and more mutts. My roo to hen ratio is skewed, too, but I DO still have more girls thatn boys.

    I need more coffee before I can list all the breeds in my flock, though...
     
  3. BooBear

    BooBear Chicken Cuddler

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    I have some different ones in my layer flock; however the only mutt is Peaches who is a buff Silkie mix rooster I got at Tractor Supply. His huge single comb gives it away. (He needs a new home too)
    I have 8 B/B/S Wyandottes, 1 Patrtidege Silkie male, 1 Blue Silkie girl, 1 Cucko Silkie girl, 1 Buff Silkie girl, 1 Black Frizzle Cochin bantam, 2 Red Frizzle Cochin Bantams, and 9 Wheaten/Blue Wheaten Ameraucanas.

    I am currently raising some B/B/S Wyandotte chicks for a friend and have 1 Silkie baby.
    The BLRW eggs I bought don't count until they hatch. [​IMG]

    Right now everyone is hanging out in the layer coop. However the Ameraucanas will be getting their own coop later this year.
     
  4. turney31

    turney31 Chillin' With My Peeps

    Sep 14, 2008
    palestine texas
    1 turken roo
    4 turken hens lf
    1 turken bantam pullet
    1 new hampshire red pullet
    1 welsumer sp hen
    1 red sexlink pullet
    1 black sexlink pullet
    1 Barred rock roo
    1 barred rock hen
    1 buff orphington hen
    1 americauna hen, EE whatever.... it lays a blue green egg.
    3 Missouri super egg laying machines # 365 (Marti poultry) My best layers.
    1 huge Black cochin hen- DH has claimed her as Dad's chickie
    1 gold laced cochin roo
    1 bantam cochin hen black with silver lacing around neck (is this called birchen?)
    2 bantam buff Brahma hens
    1 oeg silver duckwing hen, This is the smallest chicken I have ever seen.
    1 very small black bantam hen ?

    3 pearl guineas still in the brooder.

    I love an ecclectic flock. [​IMG] I am sure I have forgotten some one.
     
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2011
  5. ChickLover98

    ChickLover98 The Chicken Princess

    Apr 24, 2010
    Pennsylvania
    You cannot have more than 6 of one kind

    cannot be a flock of muts

    must have diffrent kinds of birds ( chickens and turkeys and ducks and guineas...etc,etc...)

    Most must be hens/pullets
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    I don't quite meet #1 yet, I have 8 LFCs, but I have to grt rid of some.

    I meet number 2

    I don't meet number 3

    I meet number 4
     

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