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Tons of chick pictures!

Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by TheBigWRanch, Mar 5, 2007.

  1. TheBigWRanch

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    I finally got my new camera today, Yay!!! I'm still trying to learn how to use it. The chicks aren't as cute and fuzzy, but I think they look OK. I just wish they weren't so dirty! I clean the brooder everyday, but they still manage to get filthy, I wish I could give them a bath. They were born on the 21st of Feb. None of my Black Breasted Red Cubalayas made it, so I have no pics of them. [​IMG] I have high speed Internet, so I have no idea how long it takes for other people to download all of these pics, so don't feel like you have to wait a year just to see all of them. Hope you enjoy! [​IMG]

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    Here is a pic of my largest looking chick, a Faverolle, and my smallest looking chick, an OEGB. They are the same age.
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    These are my buff Cochins. They seem to vary a lot in color.
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    These are the Golden Neck d'Uccles.
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    These are the Silver Laced Cochins. Not the clearest pic, but I'm still learning to use the camera!
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    These are Black Tailed Buff Japanese.
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    These are my Silver Spangled Spitzhaubens.
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    These are my Cuckoo OEGB.
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    I got 4 Light Brown Dutch, and 6 Red Blue OEGB. Some died right after I got them, and I have no idea how to tell the two breeds apart, so I just put them all in the same pic.
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    These are Self Blue d'Uccles
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    These are my Buff Columbian d'Uccles.
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    These are red Silkies.
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    These are Red Pyle OEGB.
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    These are Porcelain Dutch.
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    These are my Mottled Cochins.
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    These are my Buff Laced Polish.
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    Right now these are my favs, they are white Frizzle Cochins.
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    Here is a pic of my White frizzle, next to my smooth Cochin.
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    Here is an up close pic of my White Frizzle, I think it looks like it has angel wings!
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    Here are my White Silkies.
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    These are Gold Brabanters.
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    These are my Partridge Cochins. One hid from me, so it missed getting in the pic.
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    These are Wheaten OEGB.
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    These are my Salmon Faverolles.

    I sure hope it didn't take too long to download!
     
  2. justusnak

    justusnak Flock Mistress

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    Oh my.....what a beautifull bunch you have there!! Wow! Now I REALLY have "chick fever!" Ahhhhh, I need to go get me some babies!! Thanks for shareing. They all look great!!
     
  3. CarriBrown

    CarriBrown Crowing Premium Member

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    I love them!!! Thanks for sharing.
     
  4. mudhen

    mudhen confidently clueless

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    Wow, great shots of cute peeps!
    Love the pic of the Wheaten OEGB on attack! [​IMG]
     
  5. JudyMcKinn

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    Wow! You really have a LOT of different chicks. And all very cute. Your pictures came out great. Hope they all do well for you.
     
  6. cornishman

    cornishman In the Brooder

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    cool chicks! cornishman.
     
  7. thechickenfarmer

    thechickenfarmer Songster

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    Wow! Cute chicks! I wish I had room for all those different breeds. Do you keep them all separate or mix together? Jen
     
  8. TheBigWRanch

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    When they are adults I should be done building my new coop. I am going to have one for roosters, and one for hens. I'll also have a few small coops to breed them in. I would love to have a coop for each breed! maybe someday....
     
  9. mksenoj

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    cool chicks
     
  10. nerfy

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    so cute!
     

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