New Camera: Pictures from today (warning pic heavy)

Discussion in 'Family Life - Stories, Pictures & Updates' started by bossynbella, Feb 14, 2011.

  1. bossynbella

    bossynbella Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Got a new camera last night, just some random pictures from around the farm.

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    Opaline Guinea hen

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    Black Copper Maran Hen

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    the flock

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    Siamese Satin 7 month old doe

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    Splash cochin hen (named Rogue)

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    Royal purple Guinea fowl (no idea if its a boy or girl though)

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    Ninja bunny, a Mini lop doe who is nice and friendly till you pick her up then its ninja bunny, and back legs on bunnies can scratch hard!

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    Black otter Mini rex doe

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    LeiLani girl our first dog. Shepherd/Chow Chow/ who knows what mix she is 5 years old now.

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    Hershey a broken Chocolate Polish buck

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    Coral Blue Guinea fowl hen and rooster

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    blue cochin hens, buff orpington hen, and Wendy the muscovy hen getting in there.

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    my blue cochin hens, its muddy and mucky out today but at least its warm! Big boy the muscovy drake got in there too.
     
  2. debilorrah

    debilorrah The Great Guru of Yap Premium Member

    Very nice pics!!!! Good lookin animals too!!
     
  3. sfw2

    sfw2 Global Menace

    Great! Lovely birds and animals. [​IMG]

    What kind of camera did you get?
     
  4. coloradochick

    coloradochick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Pretty girls, especially the Cochins [​IMG]
     
  5. Buff Hooligans

    Buff Hooligans Scrambled

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    Quote:x2 !
     
  6. bossynbella

    bossynbella Chillin' With My Peeps

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    The camera is a Sony Cyber Shot I am really liking it. Thanks they are beautiful. I am selling them all today though. Well all the chickens. I have decided to just get one breed and that way I can better focus on breeding quality birds without having 10 different pens all summer and then trying to combine them all in the winter since we only have one building. So these are going to be my pictures to remember my chickens. Isn't it amazing how attatched you can get to silly birds! Its going to be hard to let them go but I know they are going to a good home. 21 are going to the same place. the other 10 to a different place.

    Thanks again !
    Melissa
     
  7. annie3001

    annie3001 My Girls

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    nice pictures. are your rabbits always caged? do they get outside run time? I have heard others say chickens and rabbits joining eachother outside etc. we have our self a 7 year old house bun. lately the 10 month old dog, is bothering the tar out of him. wont stop bothering him, so now i have to keep them seperated for now. i would love for my rabbit to be outside, but he hasnt been alcimated to the outdoors, i dont think he would make a winter season, let alone now.
     
  8. A.T. Hagan

    A.T. Hagan Don't Panic

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    Your guinea photo makes for a passable gryphon

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    And the demon bunnies are very good.

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  9. bossynbella

    bossynbella Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We have our breeding rabbits caged, though in the summer we let them out during the day sometimes in secure pens to eat grass. The ones we let run loose are some that should of been sold or butchered last fall, but it didn't happen, so they have free run of the garage, as we didn't have enough water pans for everyone over the winter, that way they could share one. it has worked out well though and its kind of fun watching them run around. We have someone who has already paid for them and my young siamese satin does, but wont be able to pick them up for a couple weeks so I really need to get the black ones caught. We are now down to just the California white chickens and our little banty hen, who will be the only one for a while, until we decide what we kind we want to go with. We still have 12 ducks and 11 guinea fowl, (of which I am pretty sure I have 6 boys and 5 girls)
     
  10. Qi Chicken

    Qi Chicken Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Where in Iowa are you? What breed are you going to focus on? Great pics!
     

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