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Title: For those suffering from cuteness withdrawal
Post by: nwfloridafalconfan on 15-Aug-20, 10:51:25 am
Here are my one and two day old chicks ...

https://photos.app.goo.gl/PMTEVncr7y3xE7eS9


Title: Re: For those suffering from cuteness withdrawal
Post by: schlaf374 on 15-Aug-20, 12:14:00 pm
They are so sweet. What breed are they?  Almost made me want to get another one, but I'd have to start  all over again.  :scaredblue:


Title: Re: For those suffering from cuteness withdrawal
Post by: carly on 15-Aug-20, 12:58:54 pm
Oh my goodness, they're adorable  :wub:


Title: Re: For those suffering from cuteness withdrawal
Post by: nwfloridafalconfan on 15-Aug-20, 01:21:35 pm
They are so sweet. What breed are they?  Almost made me want to get another one, but I'd have to start  all over again.  :scaredblue:

Mom is Rhode Island Red.  She wanted to set in the Summer heat, and I couldn't dissuade her.  I have all hens so it wouldn't be productive.  She kept fighting me for the daily eggs, so I got her some Silkie eggs from a friend.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silkie


Title: Re: For those suffering from cuteness withdrawal
Post by: schlaf374 on 15-Aug-20, 01:47:21 pm
They are so sweet. What breed are they?  Almost made me want to get another one, but I'd have to start  all over again.  :scaredblue:

Mom is Rhode Island Red.  She wanted to set in the Summer heat, and I couldn't dissuade her.  I have all hens so it wouldn't be productive.  She kept fighting me for the daily eggs, so I got her some Silkie eggs from a friend.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silkie

the things we do for our chickens  :)


Title: Re: For those suffering from cuteness withdrawal
Post by: Carol P. on 15-Aug-20, 08:47:48 pm
Here are my one and two day old chicks ...

https://photos.app.goo.gl/PMTEVncr7y3xE7eS9

So cute!  :happy:


Title: Re: For those suffering from cuteness withdrawal
Post by: Shaky on 15-Aug-20, 11:27:36 pm
They really get around. :hatch1: