Tag: black sex link
Brown egg layers consistently appear on best egg layer lists and can be the backbone of a productive backyard flock, many laying more than 200 eggs per year.
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Did you know that even if you have only pure-bred birds in your flock, they might be sex-links? Wait, don’t panic! Your birds are still pure-bred!
Our problem is Tophat, our rooster. He is very aggressive. When we go to get eggs or feed him, he attacks us. All of the websites and books say we
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Classy Up The Coop
From the day I first started keeping chickens I’ve constantly run across abbreviations used by other poultry keepers that “everybody else” seems to know. Poultry shows are particularly fond of
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