New member from the North Shore of Boston.

MegaRoo

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HI. Backyard Chicken mom here with two handsome Roos (just inherited one from our deceased neighbor), 2 elderly Ameracaunas (we get an occasional blue egg still) , 1 laying RI Red, and 5 laying Golden comets. Looking for some more Ameracaunas. Anyone have any leads within an hour's drive? Looking forward to being part of this community. SO much to learn. I adore my clucking girls. Please introduce yourselves!
 

TwoCrows

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Hello there and welcome to BYC!
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So glad you could join our community!

I am glad you are enjoying your birds. Chickens are so much fun to keep!!

Make yourself at home here and we do welcome you to our flock!
 

Yorkshire Coop

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Still crazy after all these years.
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Two roos can handle 10 hens each. Too few and they overbreed and can damage the girls. If you plan to sell or hatch fertile eggs then you need a rooster. Otherwise hens are very happy to lay non fertile eggs without being harassed by a rooster.
 

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