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OEG and Ko Shamo Chicks

Postby dinosaw » Wed Apr 13, 2016 3:16 pm

Starting to feather up nicely. They are now in the garage as my days of putting up with the smell of rearing indoors is over. I think we have two OEG boys and hopefully 1 Shamo but I have zero experience of them and am going by wing colouring.
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Re: OEG and Ko Shamo Chicks

Postby rick » Wed Apr 13, 2016 4:17 pm

Fantastic! I was wondering how that was going. Love the comma curl by the ear on Blondie.
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Re: OEG and Ko Shamo Chicks

Postby chickenfan » Wed Apr 13, 2016 7:08 pm

Well you certainly go in for exotic breeds Dinosaw! - what are OEG's?
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Re: OEG and Ko Shamo Chicks

Postby chickenfan » Wed Apr 13, 2016 7:10 pm

Well you certainly go in for exotic breeds Dinosaw! - what are OEG's?
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Re: OEG and Ko Shamo Chicks

Postby dinosaw » Wed Apr 13, 2016 8:47 pm

Sorry chickenfan, me being lazy, old english game.

rick wrote:Love the comma curl by the ear on Blondie.


I hadn't noticed that, just as well it doesn't have a dot underneath or I would think I had hatched the Riddler which would be doubly worrying as we have unfortunately already had to say goodbye to a chick we named Cobblepot due to its walk, just couldn't correct the deformity no matter how hard we tried.
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Re: OEG and Ko Shamo Chicks

Postby chickenfan » Wed Apr 13, 2016 10:02 pm

Very interesting. I guess you will have to be quite careful about theft.
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Re: OEG and Ko Shamo Chicks

Postby dinosaw » Wed Apr 13, 2016 10:40 pm

Both sets are bantams so less attractive for fighting, having said that you can never be too careful though we are a quite isolated here. If I had large fowl Shamo then yes the risk would be quite high, it's a good reason to be vague about where you live.
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