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Northern WI chicken chat

Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by Sekrook, Oct 30, 2015.

  1. Sekrook

    Sekrook Out Of The Brooder

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    Talk about anything about chickens but no swearing
     
  2. nchls school

    nchls school Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Ladysmith here. I have silkies, seramas, and a few new Japanese bantam chicks that hatched a week ago.

    The serama are my favorites, The are tame, trusting, and quite unique for chickens.

    Biggest problem-what to do with extras. There does not seem to be many people interested in what I have. Right now I have a trio of serama; one rooster and two hens-6 months old that need to find a new home. They are my culls, but are healthy and producing eggs.
     
  3. Sekrook

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    Where do you live
     
  4. Sekrook

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    Could you post some pics?
     
  5. Sekrook

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    I have 4 polish and one silkie. I also have 4 chicks that hached 2 weeks ago
     
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    nchls school Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Ladysmith, WI. And you?

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  7. Sekrook

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    Pelican lake WI
     
  8. nchls school

    nchls school Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I've never heard of Pelican Lake; something to look up. In the last few weeks four of my serama hens have hatched chicks-the four Japanese bantam chicks I mentioned before and now four serama chicks. Serama are so small they only brood 4-6 eggs at a time. Even when it's their own eggs they can only cover a half dozen or less. OK with me-this way I don't have to worry about a population explosion-HA.
     

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