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#11 09-12-2009 04:39:50

Chicken's Buddy
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From: Crappy ol' Michigan
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Re: Seabrights: Post pictures of yours!

Okay, thanks tammy, i didn't want to but i will.


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#12 11-21-2009 12:06:26

Grea
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Re: Seabrights: Post pictures of yours!





This is Samhain, a silver seebright. She has left us for the meadow in the sky. She was one of the most fun chickens I've ever known.

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#13 11-21-2009 12:34:43

Grea
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Re: Seabrights: Post pictures of yours!

More Samhain

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#14 12-11-2009 06:48:47

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Re: Seabrights: Post pictures of yours!

... My little gs roo kept getting out of the coop and i was to death of loosing him, every time we put him back he got right back out again... one day i went out get eggs and he was dead, still warm, with a big hole in his back. his hen seems lost now... sorry, i alwas loath on myself too much when i loose one of my babies... and then there were 16... sad3 sad3 sad3 sad2


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#15 12-12-2009 06:44:25

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Re: Seabrights: Post pictures of yours!

so sorry  huga


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#16 04-17-2010 10:27:55

Chicken's Buddy
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From: Crappy ol' Michigan
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Re: Seabrights: Post pictures of yours!

Hey, anyone know how to give a brooding hen chicks? Like, live ones? Do you give them to her at night or something?
HELP! My silkie hen broke her last egg and we want to give her hatchery chicks!
How do you do it so she will exept them?!?!?!?!?
HELP! sad3


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#17 04-17-2010 11:49:17

suzette pergande
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Re: Seabrights: Post pictures of yours!

(want to do this also, same exact problem) has she been broody lond enough?,needs to be at least 20 days so her internal clock can be fooled. silkies are suposed to be the best at excepting and mothering anything i think the general rule is to give her day old chicks, call your feed store and see when their next shipment comes in and then sneak them under her at night, you need to give them their own seperate pen or others will attack them or your hen will become stressed trying to protect her babies.the new babies need to be feed different food also.
( i recently had a disaster on my hands from bringing in an outside hen and her chicks, they were wild mean birds, not at all like the pets i love.. really think it through)

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#18 04-17-2010 11:57:18

suzette pergande
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Re: Seabrights: Post pictures of yours!

i have a golden seabright, love her personality..is the rose comb common for this breed, it looks like a unicorn horn.
its really funny how my smallest hen rules this gang, is this the normal  personality for the breed?do they make good mothers?

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#19 04-17-2010 03:03:27

BantyChickMom
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Re: Seabrights: Post pictures of yours!

The rose comb is the norm for this breed.

My sebrights have always been calm and friendly, not dominating. Yours could be the #1 hen though, which would explain the dominance.
None of my girls have ever gone broody or been around young chicks.


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#20 04-18-2010 07:32:09

suzette pergande
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Re: Seabrights: Post pictures of yours!

thanks.. and yes she is #1.
i have 6=1 seabright,1 silkie,2 cochins,and 2 aracanas

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