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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by LeBlackbird, Sep 24, 2009.
Oh no....hopefully they can avoid that!
Many many thoughts n prayers being sent your families way!! Xoxoxo
so what happens if she does reject it, will they be able to try another transplant later? boy, sure hope she doesn't reject this one and have to go thru this again.
I just got my first Seramas! . . .a four hr. drive to get a pair and ended up getting a trio! Wow!!! Got to meet a fellow, name is Jay, head of cochin and brahma club. He said my brahma roo were a unique color and that my one silver duckwing serama pullet was a lovely looking serama. what a busy weekend.
We will probably try again next year. In 4 months, we have all but maxed out our insurance for the year Besides, I want to give her a little break and we still have a little time before she starts school (she is only 3).
Thank you everyone for your thoughts.
On a much brighter (and chicken related) note. Here are a few of my newest babies. They will be moving in to the calico pen.
And the MRIC (Main Roo In Charge)
I ended up with an even dozen new babies.
o they r pretty how old are they, do u have any paints im trying to see if i can improve the color i have noticed that some paints have a yellow or brown mixed in. i have a paint hen and im breeding it to a splash/paint roo
Prayers ya'll way and i hate that insurance always works that way !!!!!!
The chickies however are very lovely mama !!!
The roo is calico(ish) but the pullet is a partridge. The calico pullet that I do have is out of a partridge pen. This is my project that I will be working hard on in the next few years. I can't wait to see how these grow and what they produce.