New From Virginia :D

solomonsroost

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Oct 1, 2014
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Hello All!
I am so excited to be apart of this group. We (my husband and I) have a small hobby farm in the Shenandoah Valley of VA. We are currently raising Nigerian Dwarf Goats and just bought our very first flock of chickens. :D Yay!! I am so excited about this small flock of 5 counting our Rooster Solomon (who is a Leghorn/ Buff Orpington cross and he is STUNNING!! Pix soon!). Our hens consist of a Barred Rock, Black Australorp, Buff Orpington and a Maran/Orpington cross. I am in love with all of them as all have such great docile personalities. :)
This morning our family got to hear the wonderful "song from Solomon" as he crowed this morning EARLY - LOL! He is such a sweet Rooster and such a hunk too.

I am just over the hill about these chickens and I feel I have a good "starters" to my flock.

Well I hope I get to talk to most of yall either here or on another thread and I look forward to learning a TON of things about Chickens. :D
 

drumstick diva

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Welcome to Backyard chickens. Glad you joined the flock. Have you visited our Learning Center, it's a great first stop. Then you may like to peruse the Raising Backyard Chickens forum. Would love to see what Solomon looks like.
 

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Hello there and welcome to BYC!
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I just love the sound of a crowing rooster! No better way to start your day than with the crow of your rooster!

Enjoy your lovely flock and welcome to our roost!
 

solomonsroost

Hatching
5 Years
Oct 1, 2014
5
1
9
Thank you everyone! We are currently "adding" onto our coop to get a bigger run for them to venture out more. I was hoping to be done with it today so I could get some pix of everyone. We'll looks like tomorrow we will for sure finish up. We are tacking the Heck Wire up.
Solomon he is stunning I cannot wait to post pix of him. He is golden/white with a brown half belted marking going across his back onto the wings. He's young, hatched this past April, but seems to know what he's doing lol.
I am a member on Back Yard Herds Forum (just dont get on that much anymore). Thanks again to everyone who commented. :D
 

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