New chicks! Fibro/frizzle/Easter Eggers

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by GothChick, Mar 18, 2018.

  1. GothChick

    GothChick Songster

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    Just got some new chicks. They are fun mixed chicks. Some are fibro crosses, some have frizzled feathers, some have 5 toes, some have beards, some have feathered legs, and they should lay colored eggs. Can't wait to see how they grow out.


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  2. Speedychicken27

    Speedychicken27 Songster

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    So cute will you post pics as they grow?
     
  3. GothChick

    GothChick Songster

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    I will! Some of them will be leaving once they are old enough to tell gender. I can't keep the males, but the females will be sticking around.
     
  4. Margaretlumley01

    Margaretlumley01 Chirping

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    Did you buy them or did your hens hatch them?
     
  5. GothChick

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    I bought the chicks from a local-ish lady. She has tons of different breeds and fun genes to work with.
     
  6. Margaretlumley01

    Margaretlumley01 Chirping

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    Cool!
     

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