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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by LeBlackbird, Sep 24, 2009.
Watching n catchin up
I have her wrapped in a cloth diaper (LOL) and inside my jacket. I might try the blow dryer, though.
She was too far gone. They must have spilled the water right after I put it in yesterday.
just make sure that the hot air hits your hand if the dryer is too hot, i sometimes make a brooder for my birds out of a plastic bowl sitting on a heating pad, covered with a towel, you just have to make sure it doesn't get too hot for them.
I am so sorry Joan.
So sorry... it just sucks to loose them.
I'm really sorry to hear that, must be really hard for the little girl, give her extra hugs for me!
Please do! I love this game!
Excellent post, thank you!
Ooooo! Me too! Gonna get these Olive Eggers chicks to the Dagon this Friday if it kills me! I have 2 ten week old Welsummer Cockerels going too, if you'd be interested in one of them, -also a big black Orp Cockerel (8 mos)
OK, here are a few pics for gender identification, please! Everyone is 3-3.5 weeks old. Hopefully these have enough detail. Let me know if you want more detail. I really appreciate the help.
Here are my 2 white rocks, Little Rock and Arkansas. These are my 2 biggest chicks, although Arkansas is at least 2x as big as Little Rock and maybe 3-4x a big as Little Rock.
This is my easter egger:
My barred rock:
#2 again, I think.
I was told this is probably a barred rock mix:
Here are my guesses (key word here is guess) Both White Rocks - boys Easter Egger, can't tell a whole lot from the picture other than I'm not sure it's actually an EE as they usually have green legs. Leanin toward boy. Barred Rock - pullet BO #1 Pullet BO #2, leaning toward pullet I can't really see the waddle area on this one, it's a good 'tell' when sexing Orpingtons Barred Rock mix - Pullet