Some of my recent hatchlings

marie_martin

Songster
12 Years
Feb 21, 2007
2,225
5
209
Grenada, MS
I hatched some eggs from all my birds knowing some would be mixed but just for fun. I have some folks to give the mixed ones too. I did manage to get some nice pure silkies though. And my cochins are separated so are pure. Here are a few pics I took today. It was about to get dark, so not great pics, but some are pretty cute.

lt blue silkie:

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another blue silkie:

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darker blue one:

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faverolle from goldensunriseranch:

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grey silkie from goldensunriseranch: (Michelle, I did not think I saved any, but look)

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black/blue frizzled cochin:

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lt. blue cochin:

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black silkie:

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younger blue silkie:

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and some group pics including some of the silkie x barred rock mixes. some are actually frizzled silkie x barred rock and are curly.

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This is a blue silkie x barred rock and you can see the barring even though it is light colored blue:

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Anyway, hope you enjoy. Hopefully soon I will have all my pens up and get everyone separated back out. But just had to see what I would get just once. Hope you enjoy.

Marie

Here is a link to some of the grown ups: https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=1058170#p1058170
 
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marie_martin

Songster
12 Years
Feb 21, 2007
2,225
5
209
Grenada, MS
Thanks. I need to get better at taking pics but they are in an outside brooder and it is hard to take pics of them. I did remove all the pine shavings first so I could see the feet.

Marie
 

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