So happy to be a member , we our loving our new family members

BRODY and DAISY

Hatching
Nov 30, 2015
8
1
9
We have a California white longhorn and a barred Plymouth Rock , 2 beautiful girls not quite laying yet about a month away we are thinking of getting a silver and gold laced Wyandottes and a black Austrolops any device or info would be greatly appreciated thank you fellow chicken lover family
 

trailrider330

Songster
6 Years
Aug 4, 2013
3,673
325
246
Midwest America
Welcome to the BYC flock! We are glad you joined us!

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Birdrain92

Crowing
6 Years
Jun 7, 2013
4,038
622
306
Idaho
We have a California white longhorn and a barred Plymouth Rock , 2 beautiful girls not quite laying yet about a month away we are thinking of getting a silver and gold laced Wyandottes and a black Austrolops any device or info would be greatly appreciated thank you fellow chicken lover family

Welcome to BYC! Glad you joined the flock. Make yourself comfortable. Ask any questions you may have, we would be more than happy to help answer any questions you may have. Black Australorps are my favorite breed. I have 24 pullets and one cockerel.






 

Michael OShay

Crowing
5 Years
May 14, 2014
25,581
2,439
438
Montana
Welcome to BYC. Glad you decided to join our flock. Black Australorps would be a wonderful addition to your flock as they are extremely hardy, calm and gentle, and excellent layers of large brown eggs. If you haven't done so already, definitely check out our Learning Center at https://www.backyardchickens.com/atype/1/Learning_Center. There is lots of useful information there. Please feel free to ask any questions you may have. We are here to help in any way we can. Cheers.
 

N F C

Moderator
BYC Staff
Premium Feather Member
7 Years
Dec 12, 2013
95,058
404,412
2,102
Wyoming
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It would be very helpful to read up on integration before adding new birds to your existing flock of 2. There's a great article about that in the Learning Center:
https://www.backyardchickens.com/a/adding-to-your-flock

It pretty much boils down to first isolating the new birds from your existing ones for about 30 days so you can be sure you aren't introducing an illness or pest to your current flock. Then give all the birds a chance to see each other without being able to touch for a while so they get used to each other.

Good luck with your chickens and always feel free to ask if you have questions.
 

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