New chicks from TSC

AlienChick

Crowing
Apr 9, 2010
2,917
130
251
Glasgow, KY
Happy Anniversary!
And congrats on the new chicks!
Our TSC will get their first shipment of chicks some time today (whenever the post office calls).
I can't wait to see what they have.
 

Livinwright Farm

Songster
9 Years
Jan 7, 2011
502
3
119
Carroll County
AWW, Happy Anniversary!!
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Don't forget to post some pics of your new TSC fluffy butts once you get them home!
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wayneh

Chirping
8 Years
Jan 25, 2011
126
0
99
N. E. Alabama
just called TSC. they only have buff orpingtons, and cornish in today. guess I will have to wait until tomorrow. they said that new chicks would be arriving all week. some RIR and others that I don't remember. better luck tomorrow. didn't research the buffs very much and don't know about them. the chick clasifier said they were medium egg layers. we are going to only have 3 chicks and don't know if they would lay enough for us. any buffers out there with more info?
 

Lbrad7

Songster
9 Years
May 19, 2010
1,310
26
166
Ringgold, GA
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Buff Orpingtons are decent layers but they don't compare to RIR. If you can only have 3 hens...I would go with RIR or Black Australorps for sure.
 

FMAFarms

Songster
8 Years
Feb 20, 2011
439
4
109
Rural Michigan
Happy Anniversary! Be sure to take a photo of yourself and your sweetie with the tweeties!
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I go for Australorps, Wyandottes, and Orpingtons. Reliable egg layers and hardy, too.
 

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