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Esther and Winnie Fluff to Feathers
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Golden Laced Wyandotte and Easter Egg Chicken as they grow from chick to Hen
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07/21/2007 2:37 am
barg
Some days are picture days, One more at 5 weeks.
http://etherbunnyonline.home.comcast.net/fullportrait2640.jpg

They won't be in the house at night much longer.

http://etherbunnyonline.home.comcast.net/winniegrain.jpg
Last edited by barg (07/21/2007 4:08 am)

07/21/2007 11:37 pm
barg
Will Winnie devlope more golden in her laceing when she is older or is what i'm seeing now, pretty much what she will look like?

Still looking for suggestions on their runny stinky poop.
Ive tried rice...

Last edited by barg (07/21/2007 11:40 pm)

07/21/2007 11:46 pm
thndrdancr
Hi Barg,

Your Winnie may develop more lacing. My Fussy is becoming a very beautiful bird, and losing a lot of her darker feathering, especially the kind of ugly dark brown feathers. I do believe your girl will be lighter than mine, but I love that lacing, its sooooo pretty.
When the sun shines on it, they almost glow right there around their neck.
I will post some pics for you when I get to the drugstore.

Jill

07/21/2007 11:51 pm
barg
Hehe Thanks for the info on Esther, and good to hear from you again
But I was actually asking about winnie the wyandotte,
Ive been looking at pics of other peoples wyandottes and there seems to be a pretty wide range of feather pattern,

so, I was wondering, is this it?

thndrdancr wrote:
Hi Barg,
I will post some pics for you when I get to the drugstore.
Jill

I'll be looking for those pics


07/22/2007 12:07 am
TreyClark281
mine are right along with yours.
post more pics lol
#46 07/22/2007 12:18 am
barg
TreyClark281 wrote:
mine are right along with yours.
post more pics lol
I just looked at your personal BYC page and, WOW!
Zoolander looks alot like Esther doesnt she
How recent is that pic?
07/22/2007 1:30 am
ozark hen
Barg, did you try some yogurt mixed in their feed? I can't think of anything else. They aren't getting any treats with sugar in it?
I give the dogs yogurt and or cheese to take care the problem with them. Shrug
07/22/2007 1:34 am
barg
I have'nt gotten to the grocery and all the yogert I have is premixed with fruit, you think that would work?
If not I'll get some plain, I'll do anything to stop this, my other chickens wern't like this.
07/22/2007 1:38 am
ozark hen
I think I would try it anyway, since yogurt was recommended by the dr. for any intestinal bacterial problems and she didn't specify unsweetened to us and it worked. Usually sugar is what I would give for constipation but I think with the active cultures in the yogurt should work if it is a bacterial thing. Be sure it has active cultures on the label. Not all yogurts have it, I didn't know that till dr. told me. Good luck. I would try anything at this point.
07/22/2007 1:42 am
barg
The only treats they get is chick cracked corn.
Lately they have had access to outside, most days, so they get dandylions, dirt, grass etc... but the problem predates that and the outside time hasnt stopped it either.

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