Featured My Flock

Discussion in 'General Chicken Discussion' started by chickenqueen, Oct 27, 2017.

  1. chickenqueen

    chickenqueen Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I took the babies out for a dirt bath and while they played I took some pics of the flock. 11930729711.jpg 11930730381.jpg 11930730381.jpg 11930731211.jpg 11930735171.jpg 11930737851.jpg
     
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  2. nannypattyrn

    nannypattyrn Well-Known Member

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    Beautiful birds, CQ!!
     

  3. dawg53

    dawg53 Well-Known Member

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    Wish I could let my birds free range. Too many hawks around here.
     
  4. seminolewind

    seminolewind Super Mod Staff Member

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    I love your Ameraucana! My Valerie looked like that.
     
  5. Wilbur's Mom

    Wilbur's Mom Active Member

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    what beautiful pics!! I love the roo..
     
  6. chickenqueen

    chickenqueen Super Moderator Staff Member

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    That last hen,Precious,a 4 1/2 y o Cochin/EE mix,was an only chick for about a month.She's sooooo spoiled,she won't lay in the coop.She has to come in and lay in the dirty laundry basket.She will hold it if I'm gone,waits at the gate and let's me have it all the way to the door.If the laundry is not "right" she whines and paces until I go rearrange the laundry so it's comfy.At least she delivers and it's the ONLY egg I've been getting lately.The Cochin in the double pic is Blue Belle, she was the one who had a big chunk of her back ripped off by a dog last Dec.You can't tell by looking at her now.And "the bush"-they dug up the other 5 bushes I planted and they all crowd under the one bush at times and fight about space.
     
  7. Maryellen

    Maryellen Well-Known Member

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    They are all beautiful and soo fluffy!!
     
  8. Brooklynboyjoe

    Brooklynboyjoe New Member

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    Same here plus coyote fox coons opposum and who knows what else roams the land