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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by AmyLynn2374, May 8, 2015.
Send her another email. Act like you weren't sure the first one went through
Dorian grey ( my black silkie roo) has the wrong sort of comb for a silkie - doesn't match either normal type. I think he is true bred though - both his parents has no obvious DQ like the 3 i got do. all silkies I've seen here in aus are crested. I don't know if the non crest are a sq variation over there but I think it would be a no they are crested for here.
Only when I have to be....lol Seriously though, it was only one time.
Love these. Love the coloring.
I do-you just keep making it harder and harder for me to show it.
Just becasue you can wind someone up doesn't mean you should.
Nice. The second pic scares me...eye pain comes after that look....lol
xs 2 and give it 24 after the email and go to plan B
Ok. He has two teeny little feathers sticking up behind his comb. He makes pretty crested babies
Nope - she looked at me for a bit and when no sandwich bits were forthcoming she just stood there eating the grass.
Also I wear glasses to see so they couldn't peck my eye anyway.
I want her to hurry up and mautre - she 26 weeks and DH won't eat silkie eggs, only large size brown eggs.
If no reply after 24 hrs ring or text her if you have the contact details
That's interesting why does he not eat silkie eggs?
If no reply, call again. Call in 15 Intervals. (No, jk. That would be super annoying)
No idea - won't eat blue eggs or the small eggs - recons their just wrong.
Btw my DH is a she.