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    Re: chicken progress thread

    cat meets chicken....

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    Gargoyle Geckos: Gorey, Gremmie, Ouija, Gojira, Bacon Bit, Pork Chop, Penny, Wednesday & hatchlings Saturday and Sunday
    Crested Geckos: Eggs, Uno, Triscuit, Creature & Waffles
    Leopard Geckos: Rhubarb, Pepper and No-Name
    Cal Kings: Bones & Violet
    Corn snakes: Moonshine (anery tessera), Zorg (anery), Clarice (honey) & Mouse (normal)
    BPs: Charlie (super pastel), Bodhi (pied), Finn (GHI Mojave), Dublin (fire bumblebee), Falkor(mystic potion), Letty (pewter)
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    SnuSnu the cat, Corbin the pit bull, Cinna the collie mix & Lily the setter mix, Tofu the axolotl
    Pixie the barn cat plus one little special needs bearded dragon P. Sherman

    'everything was beautiful and nothing hurt' - vonnegut.

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    Lucky chickens! That looks great!

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    The birds second day they were allowed out in their run we went to put them in the coop just before dark and they had already put themselves in there ready to sleep for the night. Glad they know where they are supposed to roost.

    The one pictured above is one of our favorites. Unfortunately it has recently gotten larger body wise and feather length than the others. Just this morning while I was feeding them it started to crow, so looks like we have at least 1 rooster. There is a chance one of the others is a rooster too since they are starting to fight.
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    x.x.many fancy mice, asf, chickens and quail

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    Re: chicken progress thread

    Our favorite bird plus one other got exchanged from the place we got them because they were roosters. The two new birds we got are Easter eggers. They are slowly being integrated into the flock. They are with the other six but stay to their selves. The other six have supervised free range rights but typically don't stray far from the coop. After a few days of training 4 of the 6 come running when I call them.

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    1.1 SD reticulated pythons, 1.3 Carpet pythons
    13.16 Corn snakes, 1.1 cali kings
    5.1 Balls
    1.0 orange Halloween ATB, 1.0 bci
    0.2 Leo
    1.2 dogs
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    x.x.many fancy mice, asf, chickens and quail

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    Nice hens, they look healthy and happy Good work with the training too, they are fast learners.

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    Re: chicken progress thread

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    Nice hens, they look healthy and happy Good work with the training too, they are fast learners.
    ty! they are on local organic nongmo feed and get outside daily!

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    Gargoyle Geckos: Gorey, Gremmie, Ouija, Gojira, Bacon Bit, Pork Chop, Penny, Wednesday & hatchlings Saturday and Sunday
    Crested Geckos: Eggs, Uno, Triscuit, Creature & Waffles
    Leopard Geckos: Rhubarb, Pepper and No-Name
    Cal Kings: Bones & Violet
    Corn snakes: Moonshine (anery tessera), Zorg (anery), Clarice (honey) & Mouse (normal)
    BPs: Charlie (super pastel), Bodhi (pied), Finn (GHI Mojave), Dublin (fire bumblebee), Falkor(mystic potion), Letty (pewter)
    BCI Boa: Specter (Fineline morph), Sunglow and/or Snow coming soon....
    SnuSnu the cat, Corbin the pit bull, Cinna the collie mix & Lily the setter mix, Tofu the axolotl
    Pixie the barn cat plus one little special needs bearded dragon P. Sherman

    'everything was beautiful and nothing hurt' - vonnegut.

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