ozark hen

Living My Dream
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Here is a pic of my six week old today, Orp from the Red Project. I thought it was going to be a cockeral but I think I was wrong there. LOL Isn't she the sweetest thing?


 

OldMORoo

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Hey, Ozark; that's a purdie little pullet. Like the buff breast.

Didn't know you livied so close. Just took a load of weaning calvies to the sale barn at Ava this morning. Should have called ya and see if breakfast was ready.
I live over here, 5 miles North of Fordland on a little old 360 farm.
Claude
 

ozark hen

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Thanks all, she is my sweetie, I named her Nutmeg. She is a real sweet girl.
Well, Claude, how are you doing? Nice to know a member so close. Maybe we will meet someday?
Oh, Fay on byc here, lives very close to me, too. Members are growing now aren't they?

We will all have to meet for coffee some day.
Miss Prissy, if they all hatch this color I will be one happy ole gal.
 

MissPrissy

Crowing
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Isn't genetics cool? She is very pretty. I wish now I had kept the one I just hatched that feathered like that. lol
 

ozark hen

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Yes, genetics are amazing. I want to learn how to do it myself now. I love this color and am anxious to see her when full grown. The rest are b.b.s and one buff. I don't think I got a roo from your hatch at all. I did seem to get one roo from uglyduck's 8 eggs but they are all buffs. Half of them run to me when I put my hand down into the brooder. They are about nine days older than your hatch.
 

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