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Winterizing Your Chicken Flock

Here in the South, we rarely see the extreme cold temperatures found up North and this year has been especially mild so far. No snow yet, but we are finally seeing some freezing temperatures. Being of Midwestern stock, I’m delighted … Continue reading

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The Andalusian Chicken

Sometimes called “Blue Andalusian,” this beautiful breed may be black, white or slate blue. Coloring varies with parentage and genetics pioneer Gregor Mendel used this breed extensively when studying heredity variations. Originating in Andalucia, Spain, the productive breed found popularity … Continue reading

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55 Days – What’s What

Chicks no more. Another few weeks and they’ll head out into the big world outside. I have heard one attempt at a roosterly crow (pathetic, though it was), but did not catch the source. My money is on big black … Continue reading

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