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Liz CA

Would you like to see Arabella, Daisy, Olivia and Henrietta?

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2 days old...

Daisy is the "yellow/golden" colored chick

The dark and lighter colored chick is Olivia

Underneath Olivia is Henrietta.

The light brown colored chick is Arabella

...So you are all clear on that. 2 Americaunas, 1 Rhode Island Red and 1 Black Australorp.

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Daisy and arabella had me expecting cows.  We have australorps.  They are are lovely.  I have six chicks hatched last week.  

 

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I’ve never gotten my chickens as chicks, only once they are poulets. 

They are sooooooo cute, though. I love going into TSC in the spring and seeing the peeps and ducklings! 

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Ausmum's pic is much better. Mine is all fuzzy. They are so cute with that black back and white belly. They remind me of a miniature penguin. 🙂

 Ausmum, what breed are those?

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4 hours ago, Liz CA said:

Ausmum's pic is much better. Mine is all fuzzy. They are so cute with that black back and white belly. They remind me of a miniature penguin. 🙂

 Ausmum, what breed are those?

  No you’re are adorable too! I wasn’t trying to outpicture you!  I just get all gooey over chickens!

they are australorp. But I think the silvery ones will possibly be a splash. We get a few.  They are the prettiest chickens but not as gorgeous as adults.

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4 hours ago, Ausmumof3 said:

  No you’re are adorable too! I wasn’t trying to outpicture you!  I just get all gooey over chickens!

they are australorp. But I think the silvery ones will possibly be a splash. We get a few.  They are the prettiest chickens but not as gorgeous as adults.

 

I love Australorps. The ones we had in the past were such good-natured birds and good layers too. 

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