In this section you can learn about the chickens that Omlet supply, chicken anatomy (what the different bits of a chicken look like and what they do) the incredible history of chickens and some of the different breeds.
I have 2 brown pullets, one blue girl, in one coop, gold silky ,white silky and 9months brown pullet in another, all lay well, but the smallest is the gold silky and she's in charge.
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I have 3 chickens 2 hens(a ix worth and a hybrid)and a pullet (maran)i really enjoy keeping chickens and going down ever day getting the eggs. :)
I remember my Mamaw scolding me and telling me to leave the hens be, that it was best for them to be wild and they stayed helathier that way. I feel this was probably a myth but now that I've been considering raising layers, I'd like input on whether she may have been correct in some fashion.
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This site is just what I need. Really enjoying keeping hens again.
I had 3 chickens and now have 3 babies Chicken Tikka Chicken Snowy and Chicken Lady Gaga as named by my 7 year old! They are so much fun and really friendly. They love a cuddle!
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I don't yet have my chickens so I am reading up about them. I love this site! It helps me a lot with the care and all that.
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I love my hens and ducks, they make great pets and conversation starters.
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