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    I didn't think you'd be eating them if you'd named them :D
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    I honestly can't imagine raising chickens or any other animal for food. I know it's done, and that is perfectly fine, but I simply could not do it.

    I like to picture them in your lovely area, clucking and scratching at the ground, Deb. They'll do well to keep down your lawn bugs! :D They LOVE grasshoppers! :D

    I had Banty hens, Rhode Island Reds, and Aracondis (probably spelled that wrong). I had a rooster and a hen that were of the Aracondis breed. The hens eggs ranged from a pale blue to a green colored shell. Too pretty and I won LOADS of bets with them! :D :D

    Unfortunately, they are originally from the "jungle" (South America, I believe) and were quite aggressive. The rooster ended up going to a larger farm because he moved from aggressive to vicious! So, all that to say... chickens are great fun! :D :D






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    Aw they are lovely! I really like their house too - they are very lucky little chucks!
    We used to have chickens when i was little, couldnt figure out why they suddenly stopped laying - didnt have an egg for ages, then one day my dad was tidying up around the paddock and lifted up some buckets and found loads of eggs!



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    I'd go for Stuffing..... it might not come though when you call it.

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    lovely :D

    and I still want to come and live in your house :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crayola DeVille, post: 181208
    I'd go for Stuffing..... it might not come though when you call it.
    I hear stuffed Kitten is a lot more tender than chicken
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    Quote Originally Posted by josh.p., post: 181243
    I hear stuffed Kitten is a lot more tender than chicken
    You been eating at the Peking Moon again Josh?

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