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    Check out these CHICKS

    Finally got some more meat chickens, so here they are. They arrived this morning..

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    What kind are they?

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    Not quite what i was expecting lol...
    Balls
    0.1 Cinnamon, 0.1 Lesser Mojo (BEL) p/h hypo, 0.1 Lesser Fire Spider het hypo, 0.1 Hypo Fire, 0.1 Hypo, 0.1 Sugar Yellowbelly
    1.0 Normal, 1.0 Hypo Fire, 1.0 Fire Fire (BEL) het hypo

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    1.0 (31.25% SD/ 37.5% Dwarf) Lavender Albino p/h Anery
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    A diverse array of species of tarantulas, true spiders, roaches and other insects, AND... a freezer full of dead rodents

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    These are Cornish cross meat birds. There are a couple extras that look like red sex link males and one the looks like an Easter egger not sure if it's a roo or hen yet but I'd guess roo since its extra. We only ordered meat birds this time around cause its too close to cold weather to get any production out of egg layers.

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    Yeah, our girls are slowing down a bit. Do you keep a light in your layers coop?

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    Yep sure do

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    Awesome Chris! I cant wait to get home to get some layers and I will be getting some meat birds as well. I am also going to be getting a lamb to raise for slaughter next fall.
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    1.0 VPI Axanthic Pinstripe (B-Dub)
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    1.0 Lesser Platinum (Sean2)
    1.1 Lemonback (Einstein.Elsa)
    0.1 Pied (unnamed)
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    Here's a couple more shots

    The second shot is the one I think is the ee

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    Anyone keep alpacas? Theyre like my new favorite farm animal i think...
    Balls
    0.1 Cinnamon, 0.1 Lesser Mojo (BEL) p/h hypo, 0.1 Lesser Fire Spider het hypo, 0.1 Hypo Fire, 0.1 Hypo, 0.1 Sugar Yellowbelly
    1.0 Normal, 1.0 Hypo Fire, 1.0 Fire Fire (BEL) het hypo

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisS View Post
    Here's a couple more shots

    The second shot is the one I think is the ee
    Could be a Speckled Sussex too, those and the ameruacanas look the same as chicks. We have both, I don't know how they could tell them apart when they were chicks, lol, they looked identical.

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