Where is the meat bird contest?

Discussion in 'Online Poultry Show' started by Red Tie, Aug 1, 2008.

  1. Red Tie

    Red Tie Songster

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    How come there is not a most beautiful or biggest! meat bird contest?[​IMG] They deserve love toooooo

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  2. hinkjc

    hinkjc Crowing

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    Agree..here's our dancing meat bird (cornish cross).

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    And Snowball, your meat bird hen.

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    Hanging with the orps..

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  3. Southerngirl

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    Here is Big Moe 16 weeks old. He follows me like a dog in the yard and I became "attached " to him and named him unlike the other 22 we raised for meat. [​IMG][​IMG]

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  4. mmajw

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    Here are a few of our lunches...

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  5. americana-chick

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    Quote:why are your chickens so... so.. featherles?? are they molting at that age already?
     
  6. SterlingAcres

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    Meat birds are usually lacking in the nice plumage area Bri.
     
  7. Red Tie

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    This is Birdzilla. Seven weeks old, the day before he "fulfilled his destiny" He weighed in at 9 lbs.......dressed at over 7.
     
  8. Baybrio

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    This guy is a real sweetie.

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  9. Rabid Vulture

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    Don't forget the beautiful meat birds! [​IMG] These guys taste wonderful!

    My salmon faverolle rooster, "Louie." His brother "Fugly" tasted delicious.

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  10. mmajw

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    Mine grow at a fast rate and usually dont have good feathers. Some of them do now but they will be gone Friday and at least one will be supper Friday night.
     

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