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Carole on September 10th, 2008

If you are viewing this page you are a visitor to Fowl Visions and I would like to learn more about you and your interests.  Please take the time to comment and introduce yourself to me and the other readers that are visiting.  Tell us where you are from and your interest in this site whether it be bird watching, raising backyard chickens, or both.

Tell me about your chickens, your favorite backyard bird, or your favorite type of bird feeder and bird seed.  What kind of chicken coop do you have?  What is your favorite feed for your chickens?  Inquiring minds want to know and everything you share will be a learning experience for others.

So get your fingers nimbled up and start typing.  Ready, set, click the comment button!

46 Responses to “Introductions”

  1. From Babbie: (transferred from post)
    K I will introduce my self, I am a native Californian, I live in the suburb of San Diego, name Lemon Grove.
    I have had Bantam chickens since 1988 and presently I have 20 hens 2 roosters and 5 of the hens have babies And 1 mallard duck.
    My kids are free range, they sleep in the garage because of the opossums and raccoons, I did have to build a cage and the garage because every now and then an opossums will go in to the garage during the day and I lost a bunch of babies 1 year.
    Since they sleep in the garage nobody can really hear the roosters crowing all night long unless you’re right up against the garage door.
    1 good thing is I can trade 6 babies for 50 lb. bag of Feed right now a 50 lb. bag of scratch is up to $12.10 and I go through 1 every 3 weeks.
    I have a couple of vegetable gardens in cages and the kids’ love this time of year as I let them go in and clean everything out.
    They also have access to 4, 4 ft. square compost piles they are the great at turning compost piles and sifting compost through the screen for me, I just put a bucket of un sifted compost on the screen come back a few minutes later and they sifted all of fine stuff through.
    Between buying their own food, sifting my compost and doing bug and weed removal, my babies earn their keep and they give me the best eggs in town, my friends are always asking for them.
    Some of the names are the roosters are Marco and Polo and the girls are Chiddars, Tootsie, twinkle toes , Ebony, ivory, snow flake, Penny, Connie, Raspberry, Strawberry, and the other haven’t earned a name yet.

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  2. Hey Carole!!
    I’m Paula and I live in a little town called Andersonville, TN with my Hubby, one dog, two VERY SPOILED sheep and an assortment of chickens… most of them are laying hens, but ALL of them are pets!!
    When we first got married, we lived in a subdivision (ugh) to be close to my Mom who was in a wheelchair. I had ALWAYS had chickens my whole life, so I missed them so bad. One day after we had lived there for about a year, Hubby said, “would you like for me to build you a little coop and you get some banties?” Of course I said YES!!! We built a small coop underneath our back porch, (it was tall enough to stand up under it) and I bought a silver black-tailed Japenese pair. The funny thing was everyone in the neighborhood kept asking us, “have you all ever heard those chickens that keep crowing real early in the morning?” No one ever knew it was us that had them! LOL
    I love watching my little backyard birdies, too… they love to see me coming with sunflower seeds!

    Farm Chick Paulas last blog post..This girl is a woman now…

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  3. Hello All, I am Ella, I live a few miles outside of Charleston SC. My children, 2 biological and 2 foster, have talked me into buying 11 acres located 20 miles from our current home and we are setting up for a small farm like homesite which will definitely have a hen house and some barnyard animals. 7 acres are wetlands so we are depending on local goats/horses to clear this area out for us to places a few horses needing homes. With the economy as it is, I will be gathering up the skills learned years ago on my grandparents farm to plant small gardens for herbs and vegetables. There are already hundreds of blueberries waiting to be put to good use. I receive lots of good info from this website to tell me how to “do It” when the time comes next month, I’ll not sure yet how I’m gonna keep those possums out as we back up to a national forest and I am sure there are lots out there, the chickens will keep us fed and we want to keep real good care of them….our farm will be called West Wind Stables and we will be providing respite services for parents who have special needs children and need a safe place to send them to camp run by an RN, so keep us in your prayers as everything has been falling into place to set up for these kids…..nice to meet you….ella @ West Wind Stables

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  4. Hi all.

    My name is Petra Lopez And I live with my lovely hubby, Ventura and two children Sofia 8 and Lukas 3, in Houston, TX. We have a zoo of animals, starting with our 3 dogs and brandnew puppy, 1 cat, our lovely chickens, 4 Austrolrps and three Buff Orpingtons, as well as 2 finches, lots of dish and yes one hamster as well. We have just started with our chickens this year and so far it has been a ball. They just started laying eggs, the week before Ike…the hurricane , hit, so of course when we evacuated, they had to come with. In a huge dogkennel we traveled 4 hours down the coast and they never skipped a beat. They even continued to lay in that kennel while traveling. Once in Corpus Christi, they took in at my father-in-laws “chicken hotel”, and they loved it.
    Now we are back and things have started back up somewhat, we now have 5 eggs everyday when we go egg hunting in the nesting boxes.
    We are looking into potentially getting a few more chickens, but we haven’t decided on what breed yet. We were thinking about either Americaunas, Blue Marans or Welsumers. DOes anyone have any comment on any of these waseome looking breeds?

    Thanks for my time, and I hope to be back soon.
    Petra Lopez

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  5. Hi I’m Clance McDonald and I am a designer of Chicken Coop Plans. I keep 8 chickens (at the moment) and I also build chicken coop for family and friends. I sometimes build them and sell them at markets and build custom chicken coops for people that hear about my work. I just love keeping chickens in my back yard.

    I also keep a chicken coop plans blog with lots of information about raising chickens, chicken coop plan tips etc.

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  6. Hi, my name is Samantha. I live in Ocoee, I moved here from Los Angeles California. I built my own chicken coop. It is ugly but big and functional. I like all of my chickens, but I think insofar as looks my white silkie is my favorite. Insofar as my favorite bird that would be my rooster, Rooney. He is a big red rooster with long green tail feathers. I have no idea what he is but he is a love.

    I have two squirrels I raised from pinkies after Tropical Storm Fay, and several cats I have adopted over the years. I raise my chickens only for the eggs and the entertainment of watching them in my yard. They are really easy to care for, as I let them out around 2 pm every day (to make sure they don’t lay thier eggs willy nilly all over the place) they eat all my leftover dinner scraps, then move on to bugs. I do buy them commercial feed, three grain scratch, but it lasts forever because the birds seem to appreciate my cooking and the local insects instead.

    I have three great kids, Brendon who is 12. David who is 3 and Sierra who is 4. David and Sierra are only 11 months apart. Whoa boy. My husband’s name is Ed. He is a hardworking guy but he pretty much keeps hismelf removed from my obsession with animals. It’s nice to be able to do as I wish, but it would be nice to enjoy my animla antics with someone else.. which is why I am here!

    Nice to meet you all!

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  7. I keep the chickens I have for the same reasons as you Samantha. Like you I enjoy my chickens and I have enjoyed them for over 30 years. I love watching my grand children with the chickens and have no plans on killing them. I gather a few eggs and occasionally I get a few young ones to keep a small stream of eggs coming.

    I feed scraps and feeds like you do and you will find that when possible, they will get most of their nourishment from nature if they are allowed outside. You will also find that ticks and other nuisance insects are rare if you let them run.

    Oh yeah, the eggs are super if they gather their own food.

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  8. Hello,
    My name is Kelly and I am a native Floridian/Jacksonville who got the bug to move north and have a farm. Well, we got to New Hampshire, couldn’t afford the taxes/cost of a farm and moved again to Bradford,ME. Our farm is 55 acres with a 160 yo farmhouse. We are starting small. We now have electricity in the second floor for the first time, PEX water system and insulation. That is the short story. We have a flock of 40 Partridge Plymouth Rock hens and now sadly 1 rooster (Samson). This is our first over winter with chickens. We are learning so much. We have fence posts in and will be putting up fencing when the snow clears. Expecting 3 bred Icelandic Ewes next winter. Will attempt pigs and turkeys for meat this summer. Just keeping it one step at a time.

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  9. Oops I finally found the intro page!
    We have a small house in Ohio. We signed the papers for the house on 31 Aug 2001: We paid way too much and probably would not have bought the house if we had know about 9/11.
    I lost my job 3 years ago and went back to school. We are growing veggies in the house over the winter and just got our first batch of chicks last night! We are not ready to let the house get foreclosed on: Things will turn around. We will manage, but the garden and the eggs are going to have to help us out a huge bunch.
    In today’s world, I have to remain filled with optimism or fall into despair. We are not ready to give up yet!
    M.

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  10. Hello everyone! My name is Sandy and I just started raising my own chickens after a lifetime of always wanting to. And it’s wonderful~ I was never happier than when my 2 little reds starting laying their own eggs. I live in Bradenton, Florida and we’ve built the girls their own coop out of a little red shed in our yard. Recently we got two more little chicks- a sweet orpington and a darling Americauna. With great sadness an Osprey caught and stole my Americauna chick and we are all devasted. Especially her Orpington playmate. The little buff, sold to me as a female, now does this strange open beak behavior. Watching her closely I realized it is a silent crow. Would anyone know if this is an indication that I have a rooster on the way? “Sunny” is about 4 weeks old.

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  11. Hello,I found your site via a search I did on google to find out info on chicken laws.I am excited to have found your site.I subscribed to your ezine.My name is Kristin and I have 7 children in Port Saint Lucie Fl.Do you know how I would find out what the laws are here.I have wanted to raise chickens for so long now.I really would like to give it a try.Thanks for sharing.Kristin

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  12. Kristin, Welcome and glad you found this site so easily. In answer to your question, I would start with the county government. Contact your county zoning division and start there. I think they will help you find the answers you are in search of. I hope they do allow for your sake. It is so much fun raising chickens. Good luck!

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  13. Hi, my name is Penny. I live in Russellville AR and have 3 chicks…hopefully pullets. They “test” out as that using the feather method and the fact that the one Barred Rock has black on the front of her legs and very little white on top of her head. Keeping my fingers crossed. I, too, want my chickens for eggs only and look forward to long, happy, healthy lives for these girls. I have 3 cats…2 Siamese and one gray Tabby and 2 cocker spaniels…one American and one English. All of them are my “babies” even though my American cocker, Millie, is 10 y/o and completely deaf. She is a rescue from a puppy mill. I get a lot out of your website and all the comments. Thanks so much for all the info.

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  14. Hi All!

    I am originally from Los Angeles. We moved to St. Cloud, Fl 4 years ago, and we are about to get some baby chicks on Monday!! It’s the first time with chickens for us, so I am trying to do as much research as I can before we pick them up. We live in a subdivision where the rules are pretty strict, so we are being very hush hush about it, so definitly no roosters! I am looking for a couple of Welsumer pullets or coo-coo marans and can’t seem to locate anyone selling baby chicks except the hatcheries who want me to buy 15- 25 for warmth. I can’t have that many chickies. Especially being a beginner.

    We have 4 dogs, 6 cats (the cats adopt us), 2 gerbils. 3 kids.
    Neighbors call us Animal Planet. It’s really too bad we didn’t buy a house on some acres!

    That’s about it

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    Christine Reply:

    Hi heather, we are about to move to saint cloud in a month. I’ve always wanted to have a few chickens. How has it gone? Have you had any issues with the city? We will be moving into a subdivision too. Thank you!

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    Heather Reply:

    Hi Christine,

    It’s been 2 years since I wrote that post and so far so good. I did talk to the city and found out that having Chickens in St. Cloud city limits is illegal unless u live on a farm. And against the Homeowners association rules, so I am a chicken outlaw haha

    I found a great website that ships baby chicks straight to your door, and I did get the Cuckoo Marans that I wanted. They lay Big dark brown eggs. The good thing with these type of chickens are that they can be sexed at 1 day old and this website lets you order as little as 3. I ordered 5 and they indeed grew up to be hens. The website is My pet chicken . com

    We also bought some chicks from Tractor supply and 3 turned out to be roosters, so when they started Crowing, thankfully my husband knew a guy with a farm and chickens so he took them off our hands before we got caught. I have some persnickety neighbors around me and in fact they reported a neighbor up the street from me to Code enforcement who made them get rid of their children’s pets.

    They don’t make a lot of noise but they do get a little on the louder side when they are laying an egg. If you move into a subdivision make sure you get females and not a rooster! Also living in Florida I did find out that you need to Deworm them more often because of the roundworm problem with the heat. We had 2 die, so when the 2nd one died I had a necropsy done to see what the cause was because their symptoms mimicked mareks disease (except the eyes) turned out to be because of Roundworms!! So they told me to be safe to deworm them once a month during the summer…Never had any problems since and my girls are thriving.

    All and all it has been fun. and the eggs are so pretty!

    If you do get some and have any questions don’t hesitate to ask me.
    Good Luck and Welcome to St. Cloud!!

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    Jasmine Reply:

    I just found a chicken in my front yard and am currently caring for it till i find its owmers or a good home. Any suggestions for me?

    Carole Reply:

    Feed it and give it a shelter in the evening if it will go in so no predators will get it.

  15. Hi everyone,
    I am Carol,I am 33 and I live in central MN. I have three hens and an adopted rooster. I have a small coop and hubby and I are working on converting a garage-sale-find fish house into a palace for my flock. I am looking to add several more egg layers this spring. I love the fact that chickens are easy to care for and enjoy the amusement they bring me daily!! They are my pets.
    We also have 4 children and two cats. We live on 12 acres on a wooded hill. We vegetable garden and I have a couple flower beds.
    Take care.
    Carol

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  16. Hey! My name is Nancy and I am married and have 2 children. I live on 29 acres in SC and have 22 chickens and 4 guineas. We have a lot of different types of chickens. The most are Buff Orpingtons. We have some Partridge Cochins, Speckled Sussex, Polish, and a couple I picked up at the auction. Not really sure what they are. I also have 1 beautiful Light Brahma pullet. I’m not sure if I listed all of the breeds I have or not, but that is most of them.

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  17. Hey! My name is Charleen and I live in Barnesville, Ga. Have 3 donkeys, 1 mule, 4 Hamburgh roosters, (guess I rescued them) owner didn’t want them, 1 Broiler hen, she IS a rescue, 9 chicks I just bought at Tractor Supply. Sweetie is my Broiler(UN) and this is her forever home. She has awarded me with serveral beautiful brown eggs, she has (outlived her life span) my husband made this remark! Very sweet, large bird. Let me know if you want a picture. Sweetie was a “cull” too small to be with the other birds and I just arrived at the right time to get her. I am so glad, she makes you smile when she runs for her afternoon bite of bread. She can’t run, but she sure does move fast to get her bread. I am retired, so have plenty of time to enjoy my chickens. Thanks for listening to my bird history.
    Sweetie the hen

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  18. Charleen Harrell
    March 28th, 2009 at 3:11 pm

    It is beautiful. Just went out and she had me a lovely brown egg,
    this wasn;t easy since it is raining and her Normal spot is covered in water. She went into mu old hand-dug well house and laid the egg. Such a sweet girl. I didn’t realize how easy it was to spoil a chicken. Got a little chick today at Tractor suply She has a sore leg, foot. Now she wants to be with me. I have her a nice little home made but she wants company, and is cheeping loundly. I am going to get a friend tomarrow. My husband is afraid I may take her to bed tonight. What a mess I get into sometimes. Til next time…Charleen Thanks for adding Sweetie.

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  19. Hi, I’m Suzie and myself and my husband moved from Miami to live in Gainesville Florida on 5.5 ac of land. We started off with 6 chickens and now they have grew to over 100 chickens. My husband started building chicken coop houses for ourselves to house our chickens and the neighbors all wanted one. Well with word of mouth we are now manufacturing custom made chicken coop houses and we sell our fertile chicken eggs. It’s a lot of fun for the whole family. We would not change this for the world.

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  20. Hi all. Just got done with my ‘Mobile Home Coop’. So called because I built it on a trailer. Since I live in Michigan and can expect -10 degree temps I insulated the coop with 1 1/2″ styrafoam. The exterior walls are 3/8″ exterior plywood and the interior walls are sheathed with moisture resistant 1/4″ ply. I installed 2 deep red heat lamps at 250 watts each for heat. Since you get 3.41 BTU/hr for each watt, I have 1705 BTU/hr available heat. The heat loss at -10 degrees F. is 1280 BTU/hr. at 55 degrees indoor temp. so the girls should stay nice and warm. It has nesting boxes that acessable from the outside. Here’s a picture of the new coop.

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    Carole Reply:

    Ken, Your “mobile coop” looks awesome. Thanks for sharing with everyone.

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  21. Hi, I live in South Texas and have 8 hens, 3 Barred Plymouth Rocks, 3 White Rocks and 2 Production Reds. Last week my girls began laying and I now have about a dozen brown eggs. I was feeding them a diet of crumbles and I just swithched to a egg laying mash which is high in protien(20%) and various other minerals and grains. My coop is 4′ X 8′ but I plan to expand it another 4′ longer. The area I have for my birds is 9′ X 33′ and I put bird netting over the top to keep out wild birds and hawks. I also work on a 100 acrea ranch with a friend. We have 31 head of commercial breed cows and three bulls. We had to start putting out hay because we haven’t had any rain in over a month.
    My reply is beginning to become a book so I’ll end for now. You have a great web site, keep up the grear work.

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  22. I live in SW Florida and was the recent recipient of a beautiful Asian (or so I was told) rooster…I absolutely LOVE this guy, beautiful and very friendly…he literally follows me around the yard and hangs out when I sit outside…the question is, will he be okay by himself or must I get a hen of some sort…I really don’t want (or actually ,in my residential neighborhood, can’t have) a whole flock of fowl….someone told me he will get mean if left without a hen…he’s pretty young I think and I’ve had him around a month or so with no sign of trouble…any advice would be appreciated…

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    liz Reply:

    If he does start showing aggressive behavior, I’ve heard tell that if you carry your rooster around under your arm for a few minutes a day, say while doing your chores, it teaches him that he is not the ruler of the roost. Shows you are the head chicken in charge. Kicking or chasing a rooster who shows protective attitudes around his hens or coop area only makes them MORE protective…

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  23. Hi, just found your site tonight and read every inch of it and had to put my bit in!!! We just started with chickens this past August was a year ago. Though my partner and I have had chickens in the past (before we meet, mind you we have been together for 8 years). We are so excited to have a flock of 26 birds (4 roosters and 22 hens and chicks) Most are EE and we are totally in love with them, not only do they lay beautiful colored eggs, pinks,blues and greens we find that they lay the largest eggs for the size of the birds. They even lay larger eggs than our Buff Orp’s. And most of our girls as we call them are rescued birds and have a forever home with us. Now have said that have to tell you about the Hateful girls- they are silkie/ee crosses one is wheaten and one is black/grey. They are the smallest of all our girls and they are broody 24/7 and about 8 months now. The wheaten one hatched 27 chicks this past Feb. and raised all of her chicks and then 4 I bought at feed store. And all of them grew to adulthood, She is amazing! Had to get rid of the roosters from her hatch! I hate doing that because each of our birds have personalities and I am now having to decide of the 4 roosters I have now which one I will keep. Love your site and ty for my chance to spew on about my girls! Sam from Fayetteville NC

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    Carole Reply:

    Sam, Glad you like the site and hope you come back to visit soon! Also thanks for taking the time to introduce yourself. Your place sounds great!

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  24. Carole,

    I am very interested in obtaining some light Brahma hatching eggs and/or grown birds

    I am a member of BYC (aka Yard Full o’ Rocks) and I am trying to re-create the “lost” color in the Plymouth rock family….the Columbian rock

    Please let me know if you can help me and HAPPY NEW YEAR

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  25. Hey,
    Thinking of getting some backyard chickens.
    Is there a particular variety that would “survive” best in south Florida?
    How many should you start with?
    Thanks.

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    Carole Reply:

    Kevin, Thank for visiting and commenting…and considering joining the multitude of others who raise backyard chickens. The breed of chicken depends upon what your goals are…if it is for eggs I recommend Rhode Island Reds, Buff Orpingtons, Black sex-links just to name a few. All of these breeds lay med/large brown eggs and on a consistent basis. Most chicken breeds tolerate heat so I would think most would be fine for your environment, especially the warm winters. And the amount depends upon you and your space availability.

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  26. Hi there. I’m Margret from Tallahassee. Single, living with 4 gold cats and, since my boyfriend left my house, I have a fenced dog-run with a small shed on it that is going to FINALLY become my chicken coop, as soon as I do some closing in of the shed for security sake. I also plan to run chicken wire over top the fence to keep the local hawks from a chicken dinner. My neighbor has said he’ll give me his chickens, since they have never laid an egg for him in 2 years. I TOLD him he needed to give them a bunch of sunlight–their coop is very dark & he never lets them out to run. Dunno what flavor they are–think maybe Rhode Islands. Anyway, I’m going to get the coop ready next weekend & see what happens. Y’all cross your fingers. By the way, do I need to wire in a fan for the coop to keep it ventilated during the nights since this is a hot, humid area?

    Enjoying the website.

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  27. Jabulani Hwangwa
    May 6th, 2010 at 6:40 am

    Hie

    Well i am young man who is looking forward to start a business of keeping chickens. does it really pay? is my million dollar question i have a plot in Zimbabwe and was considering venturing into paultry.

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    Carole Reply:

    Jabulani, In my experiences with raising chickens there is little profit but lots of enjoyment. I’m sure it varies in different countries.

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  28. Hi Carole. I bought a buff brahma off you at the Pampered Poultry swap last fall and just wanted to let you know how much I have enjoyed her. She has filled out nicely and has such a sweet disposition! She really is beautiful. Thanks!!

    FLChick

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  29. Awesome site. Found you tonight and cant stop reading. Love it. Well I have a hubby, 2 kids, 3 dogs, 2 cats, 1 EE rooster, 11 hens and one 7 day old baby turken. I think that is all for my zoo. I live in Sebring Florida. I also created a Florida Chicken Swap group on Facebook if anyone is interested ..https://www.facebook.com/groups/176629375738884/ Thannk you for the wonderful site.

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  30. Howdy All! We are Hupp Farm, located in the southeastern corner of Arizona, on the New Mexico border.
    We have been breeding, hatching and raising quality black australorps since the mid 90’s.
    We are 4-H poultry project leaders for the county, have coached and taken the high school FFA poultry judging team to the national competition in Indianapolis Indiana, also belong to the county small stock association as the chairperson along with being the poultry barn superintendent for the county fair.
    we strive to maintain the standard and integrity of purebreed australorps.

    we are currently in search of others who have bred for quality, keeping the original australorp in it’s prestine shape, size and plumage.
    on the other hand there are the hatchery birds which i started off with many years ago, no complaints from me as they were the stepping stones to where we have advanced to today.

    hatchery birds are great for those who enjoy the visual funny antics they provide plus the added supply of eggs. hopefully we can open eyes wide and promote for quality so others my advance in the Fancy Fowl Following.

    we are chet & berta, we are Hupp Farm……..give us an email sometime!

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  31. I am an artist and am fascinated with painting beautiful and exotic fowl. You can see some results on my website. I would love to have any photos of your stunning “children” to paint and would send you a print if I use them. Thank you!

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  32. Dear Carol,
    I bought eggs from you 2 years ago. The birds are wonderful and have many fans up here in NC WAshington State. Are you still selling eggs. My rooster and 2 hens are in a lull or have stopped laying. I am getting requests for their chicks. Eggs? Jane 509 996 2459

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  33. Hello Carole,

    We are looking for a reputable breeder of the Large Fowl Brahma! It appears that we have found her after viewing this site. We are interested in you as a member. Please check out our website and consider us for membership. I sincerely thank you for your time. We do poultry, not dramma at HPBAA.

    Sincerely,

    Buddy E. Henry
    HPBAA Site Builder/Secretary/Treasurer

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  34. hi all….love this site!
    my question is:
    when i went in to the farm supply store to buy my pet ducks (pekin)
    there was a baby chick there with ‘splayed leg’…they were going to put her down so i told them i would take her home and do my best to care for her…i’m a first time ‘chicken gal’ so i did lots of reading up on chicks.
    i’m happy to report that,at 4 weeks old, she is healthy happy and walking well. my question is: can i keep the chicken in the same house as my ducks?
    thanks everyone !……Ann

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    Ann Reply:

    PS………..i have only 2 ducks
    Ann

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  35. wondering if theres a ground cover that will hold up in the chik pen ??
    thanks
    Ann

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