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hi i have been breeding and trying to improve my stock for the past two years i have a love for brahmas,silkies and araucanas...but some time i  breed show girls and silkie/cross araucana as make great mums and sitter and pretty pets........ also maybe breeding in the future cochin again and maybe  pekins the moment i have brahmas in a small variety of colours,(goldern,black,white,blue,salmon,and a few unknown colour types,colours im not sure off) and the same in araucana(blk,blue/lavender,white,splash,blue/cream,red,ect a few of unknown colour types)..and i have  almost all colours in silkies (beared and non bearded) hoping to show some of my stock this year or next...all my chooks can free ranged over a few acres and have chippwood litter pens/yards...all have there own seprate breed areas, but some yards and pens still under construction atm.....all chickens atm are hen hatched and raised...

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Reply Franz
5:43 AM on July 24, 2011 
Are you interested in a doing an egg swap? I've got a mate desperate for some silkies and I'm happy to trade a dozen buff brahma eggs for a dozen silkie. Sound good?
Cheers, Franz
Reply bryan jon brahmas
7:59 AM on May 10, 2011 
Hi welcome to the brahma site hope we can help in any way regards BJ
Reply katya
6:12 PM on March 14, 2011 
Robert is a dark split for gold. He's a lovely fellow but a real softy. At the moment he roams the house yard along with a bantam faverolles rooster and Rodney is definitely the boss. I would really like some pure darks (hopefully next breeding season I'll be able to buy some), but at the moment I have gold partridge and lights plus a young creel looking fellow so it should be interesting penning up in the next few months.
Thanks for the tip on crowing, it's been so hot that I've tended to leave the coops open but the noise is getting a bit much