New from NE Tennessee

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by kwjaxin, Oct 19, 2018.

  1. 007Sean

    007Sean Pheasant Whisperer

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    Howdy :frow and Welcome to Backyard Chickens.

    Thanks for joining us! :woot
     
  2. FlappyFeathers

    FlappyFeathers Egg Obsessed

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  3. rjohns39

    rjohns39 Wrangler

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    Hi and welcome to BYC :frow We're so happy you've decided to join us :ya
    When you have time, pop over and say hi on the Tennessee thread or if you like I'll be happy to introduce you.
     
  4. sourland

    sourland Broody Magician

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    Welcome to BYC.
     
  5. Hello_there

    Hello_there Songster

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    Welcome to BYC kwjaxin! :frow You will learn a lot here!








    :frowthat's a secret:frow
     
  6. Texas Kiki

    Texas Kiki Egg Pusher

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    :eek: I won't tell. :pop
     
  7. birdlegs7075

    birdlegs7075 Chirping

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    Hello from Tn too.
     
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  8. Farmer Connie

    Farmer Connie All My Friends Have Hoofs

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    Sep 22, 2018:welcome
     
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  9. Callender Girl

    Callender Girl Crowing

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    I bet your flock is beautiful with all of that variety! Although I can tell all of my same-breed girls apart close up, I like seeing the diversity of colors, sizes and feather styles that come with having a mixed flock. Plus, you get so many different-looking eggs. And, honestly, all my poultry are pets. Eggs are just a welcome fringe benefit to make up for having to clean coops and worry about predators.

    I also helped out someone who was downsizing. I went there knowing I would come home with the blue-laced red Wyandotte. Although I adore cochins, I definitely didn't want her bantams. However, Marietta couldn't come home alone, so I agreed to take two cochin bantams. Sally, a barred, and Gabby, a red frizzle, are such little jewels; I am so glad I got talked into them. I hope you find a small buddy for your tiny girl.

    Welcome to BackYard Chickens. You will have a great time here!
     
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