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What do you RAISE or Hatching?? Shout out to Everyone!

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by JazminesZoo, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. JazminesZoo

    JazminesZoo Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Right now as a newbie

    14 ~ 2 weeks to 7 week old Guineas
    270 Chukar eggs (incubator)
    16 adult Coturnix Quail
    22 Coturnix peeps just hatched ~ & counting
    12 eggs ~ Black & Blue Marans (incubator)

    & soon to have Coronation Sussex (in route via USPS)

    Love to hear your about your flocks!,

    Barn cats "Storm, Flower, Sammy, Tigerfast, Ichy, Scratchy, Bleu, Cheese, Cheetos"
    6 pooches "Raven, Brudus, Pheobe, Babz, Buela, Beyla"
    2 ferrets "Strawberry Newton, Chili Dog"
    6 Californian Rabbits ~ 3 just had kits so who knows how any I will end up with!)

    Post your best pics of your animals if you want!!! [​IMG]

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  2. CCourson05

    CCourson05 Popping like kettle corn...

    Jan 5, 2011
    Hickory Flat, MS
    Wow. Lol. Here we go...

    1 horse
    3 dogs

    1 peacock, 3 peahens
    19 guineas (waiting for spring to raise some keets for roaming my property)
    18 silkies (whites, blacks, and splash..)
    6 Delaware for breeding
    6 Black Giants for breeding
    Around 10 Polish for breeding, but they are getting on my nerves... I am trying to decide on whether or not to keep them.
    Around 60 chickens that I can't remember... Lol..

    the mixed include:
    Production Red
    Buff Orpington
    Dominique
    Barred Rock
    White Leghorn
    A bunch of mixed ones that I hatched from my original TEN!!! Chicken Math. [​IMG]

    I lost my only EE the other day... I plan to buy more in the spring, I guess...

    I will soon be raising rabbits too!
     
  3. JazminesZoo

    JazminesZoo Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Nice ~ thems alot o'birds ! I have some yummy bunny recipes! (bunny burgers anyone?)
     
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  4. Evelle

    Evelle Chillin' With My Peeps

    Apr 27, 2011
    North Idaho
    alright
    sooooo
    i have two silver wyanndottes
    1 buff orphington
    1 blue cochin
    10 barred rocks
    10 rhoad island reds
    2 white leghorns
    2 ex... something leghorns
    1 australorp
    1 easter egger
    2 mutts i hatched myself (leghornx barredrock)
    i think thats it as far as chickens
    3 sannan goats
    a white turkey
    a bronze turkey
    4 boxer dogs
    4 swedish ducks
    3 dwarf hamstars
    a mix of mollie fish and guppys (2 tanks )
    2 barn cats
    oh man i think thats it


    oh and next spring will have 2 buck and 4 doe californan rabbits [​IMG]
    and for got the 9 rouen duck eggs in the bator due the 27th ish....??
     
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  5. kindir

    kindir Chillin' With My Peeps

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    ETA ack!!! I forgot my polish!!

    let's see...


    CHICKENS:
    12 Easter Eggers
    4 Cuckoo Marans
    3 Black Copper Marans
    6 White Leghorns
    2 Black Australorp
    2 Bantam Cochin
    1 Bantam mixed-breed
    4 Golden Laced Polish

    NOT CHICKENS:
    5 Dogs
    7 Sheep
    3 Llamas (the baby was just born on Nov. 1st!!)
    1 barn cat
    Several pond fish

    I'm tired just typing it all... [​IMG]
     
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  6. JazminesZoo

    JazminesZoo Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Funny how I can already see how FAST you can accumulate a flock!! Specially with an incubator [​IMG]
     
  7. BillT

    BillT Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Right now: 26 four week old Golden Comet Pullets

    Had 53 Cornish X 8 week old, now in freezer camp YUM!! [​IMG]
     

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