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Lmao it was a golf ball but they layed eggs today :) and here's a picture of my silkies! Also today is day two with them all together and they are still doing their pecking order ... its funny to watch and no damage has been done to any of them witch is awesome!!

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Ha ha! Well I guess golf balls really do look like eggs, not just to chickens! :)
Gorgeous silkies, by the way. My last silkie (that I had for around 5 years) died recently. Some people don't seem to like silkies at all, but every silkie I've ever had were extremely friendly. :)
 

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I love my silkies too they're all getting along really well im thinking about getting two more of the same breed any suggestions?
 

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I've heard buckeyes are great chickens, never had them personally.
If you're looking for eggs I suggest RIRs, leghorns, new hampshire reds, or BSLs.
Although leghorns are not as hardy in the Winter.
 
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