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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by kwjaxin, Oct 19, 2018.
Howdy and Welcome to Backyard Chickens.
Thanks for joining us!
Hi and welcome to BYC We're so happy you've decided to join us
When you have time, pop over and say hi on the Tennessee thread or if you like I'll be happy to introduce you.
Welcome to BYC.
Welcome to BYC kwjaxin! You will learn a lot here!
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Hello from Tn too.
Sep 22, 2018
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!