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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by StoneyCreekStevie, Jul 2, 2012.

  1. StoneyCreekStevie

    StoneyCreekStevie New Member

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    Hey guys, I'm new to this ChickenForum place. Not sure what to do. I guese I should start off by saying what breeds of chickens I have... Lets see here... on my parent's farm we have Buckeyes, Blue Orpingtons, and Javas. We also have a few other breeds, including crosses. I'm just a kid, but my parents are letting me own my very own flock of Javas! Yipee! I have 1 black roo (Black Ashes), 1 mottled hen (Star Polkadots), and 2 black hens (Tin Lizy and Mystery). I'm happy with my little flock. My twin sister has the Buckeyes, and Mom has Blue Orpingtons.
    Well, I hope that this is what I was sopose to write here...

    StoneyCreekStevie
    www.stoneycreekfarm.webs.com
     
  2. Keith

    Keith New Member

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    Welcome! Glad you joined.
     

  3. Sundancers

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    Taurimu New Member

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    Hi all I am Margaret from Taurimu Poultry in the Hawke's Bay New Zealand. Check out my web site www.taurimupoultry.com About to browse to see what is up on here.:eek:
     
  5. Maggizzle35

    Maggizzle35 Mrs. Kellogg's Kluckers

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    Hi I'm Margaret Kellogg from Fairbanks, Alaska. I started with a few hens and a couple of ducks. Now I have several breeds of chickens, ducks, geese and a few turkeys. My goal is to provide the Fairbanks area with healthy, breed specific chickens and ducks. The death rate and shipping costs are terrible. My primary breeds are white & black Silkie, Frizzle cochin, banty cochin, Polish, Lt. Brahma, Easter Eggers and Black Alstralope. I do have some mixed banties that are adorable. We have Khaki, Buff, Mallard, Magpie, Rouen, Runner and Cayuga ducks. Embden, African, Chinese and Buff geese. It's not a huge enterprise but my critters free range, no medications and tend to be very healthy and productive. I really enjoy incubating my own chicks and ducks.