Ribh's D'Coopage

Shadrach

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Everybody did eventually make it downstairs this morning. My GLW was 1st out & about. Then the Vorwerks, followed by the SLWF. It took a while but the white frizzle was next followed by her sister. The Japanese were last & very cautious.

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Those tinies have a real thing for roosting in the food dishes. The others just stuff their faces in around them! 🙄
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And not forgetting my big girls who are all a little put out so much attention is going to the other coop. :lol:

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That feather duster in the feed bin is a lovely touch.
 

Shadrach

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RoyalChick

Free Ranging
Nov 3, 2019
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LaFemmeKatia

Crowing
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May 14, 2020
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These are the 6 I asked Natasha to hold for me: L~R A splash Japanese bantam; a silver laced Wyandotte frizzle; an Aracauna/Belgian X frizzle; a gold laced Wyandotte; a Belgian duccle frizzle & a Japanese bantam.

You may all now start praying for me ~ Shad excepted given his convictions. He can be on standbye for when I need sound, sane advice & a quick kick up the cabooshie because Natasha wasn't joking when she told me *young pullets* ! They're off heat but are still basically chicks. We had to stop @ the produce store [wonderful country people who understood my panic @ not knowing which brand of chick starter I needed & sorted it all out for me!] because they are all still on chick starter. 🙄 I've never had hens this young before! Panic button now hit but I'm prepared to give it a go!

@BY Bob! What did you do to me?!
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They are beautiful! ❤❤❤
 

LaFemmeKatia

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These two are the extras. Extra kudos if you know what they are.Vorwerks

I know no~one who has them & was unsure about how they would fit in but the man was keen because they were golden rather than the B&W I seem to keep going for.

They haven't been in Australia long so are still considered quite rare. I think I must be quite mad.
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These two are very pretty, and very unusual. I have never seen chickens like them (well, with all my vast experience...🙄)
What are they? Anyone?
 

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