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Last December, a friend of mine messaged me and asked if I would like to have her flock of five hens along with the coop and related accoutrements. We
After being hatched by two mama hens, Lady Frizz was one of four baby chicks, two were bantam frizzles and two were chocolate bantam chicks. When they
Brought 3 chicks in March 2020, out of which earlier yellow coloured chick died after 2 and half months. Within 10 days another chick died. This chick
Hewey was one of 3 Roosters we rescued from a local flea market from a farmer. We had another Rooster years prior because someone had dropped him in our
We brought 3 chicks in March 2020 - pink, yellow and white. They might be just less than a week old. Not sure of their gender but I guess they are male,
My sweet little hen, Minnie, or as we lovingly called her “Min Min” - passed away this morning. I bought Min Min last year at Easter with her two sisters,
I rescued my beautiful sweet Morag in July of 2018, along with 7 other gorgeous girls, ex battery hens. I loved and spoilt them. From April 2019 I lost
My boyfriend and I met Charlie when we first moved to Las Vegas about 3 and a half years ago. Our nextdoor-neighbor-landlords kept Charlie as their pet,
I had gotten Puff from the farm store I work at. A customer had come over to me concerned that one of the little meat chicks wasn’t doing too well and
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