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You can sometimes get luck and find plants at the chain nurserys (Home Depot). You can also try the Arizona Rare Fruit Growers who have demo gardens and sometime…"
We recently gave this beautiful blue Orpington a new home with our free range chickens. I wanted to reply to the discussion in which she was offered, but it is understandably gone. I wanted to share a picture of her in her new surroundings.…See More
"After reading your question, and thinking about for a few days, I was reminded of an interesting correlation which you are likely noticing yourself. The yellow necks do look like bantam versions of some our Americauna hens. Our Americauna hens are a…"
"Well, it seems that nobody has seen this who knows where to find it. Perhaps try the good folks at Hayden Flour Mill? http://www.haydenflourmills.com/ ; They work with heritage breeds of wheat and might have heard of this..."
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"English Game Hens have quite a variety of colors, and lay white eggs. The three in the corner are all English Game Hens. We have three color varieties, including the black one. I have read all the fighting breeds are descended from the English Game…"
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