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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by johnny_smith09, Apr 14, 2007.
i enjoy seeing everyone's flock. I need to see more!
Sure, here you go. This is my adult flock, not counting the 13 chicks that are going on 11 weeks old now:
thank you i love them!
okey dokey, here is most of them. Just one bantam and the buff orphington are missing from this photo.
One more of Jack and his harem of bantams. I have not seen him try to mate with them since he was very young. I believe they are just way to fast for him now. They are quick little buggers for sure.
And here is one of Buffy, and some of the bantams in the background.
I should get some more soon. And keep on the look out for the next installment of my therapy session with Jack. We should be filming tonight.
Cool pics. I love those Mille Fleurs. I plan on getting some to add to my flock of cochin and brahma bantams. What are their temperaments like?
Speckledhen, what breed of chickens are those three identical hens sitting on the stairs next to one another? They are very pretty. Sometimes I wish I had several of each kind. If only I had that kind of space!
thank you everyone i really enjoy these pics! yeah are mille fleur (sp lol) good chickens they look interesting! oh and the speckled hens are silver laced wyandottes scott btw.
I think everyone names their Buffs "Buffy"! I did, too!
Quote:I think they are comical. They follow Jack around like he is the king of the world. To me, they are the comedians of the flock. I don't know if all bantams are that way or what. They are a little flighty though but settle nicely when handled.
I have one that is very broody right now. She is driving me crazy, being a noisy little thing right now. She and Buffy were trying to share a nest, but the eggs kept ending up on the ground. So tonight I separated them and the bantam is going crazy. I put her in with Buffy and she just started pecking poor Buffy on the head, so I took out the bantam and put her in with the rest of the flock. We will see what tomorrow brings for her.
Oh I love them all! Beautiful! That picture of them sitting on the steps is precious! Funny how they sit by the birds of the same color,,,,well as they say,,,birds of a feather,,,flock together,,,oh gosh I kill myself sometimes!
They are all great looking chickens!