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Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by WriterofWords, Jul 18, 2010.
Nugget's son Cobalt:
Two chicks and I'm sure hoping no roos,,
I'm so glad you have Nugget's offspring. Say are you doing any projects in your classroom in the fall?
Thank you! I'm not sure if we will hatch in the Fall or not, with our new schedule it may make it harder for us the first half of the year. I'll have a better idea of what we can do after the 26th when I get my calendar. I'd love to start the year off with a small hatch that the kids can watch grow through the year.
I hope pullets for you, too. That first one is a pretty, pretty bird. Not that the second one isn't, but the first one really catches my eye!!!
The first chick is male, the second is female.
Sooner that is what I'm afraid of darn it. All of his offspring and grandchicks have turned out to be male,, I'm really hoping the blue/grey one is a girl baby! I'll have to place the male, as much as I love the little guy I have too many roos.
Forgot,, there are two more grandchicks,, but they didn't want their picture taken lol!
The 1st chick looks like a roo and I think the 2nd one is definitely a female!
I think they are all gorgeous but I LOVE Cobalt!
BYC members within pick up distance will have 1st shot at the little guy, I have to cut down on my birds, and I just can't have more roos.
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