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alexander

  • Joined Jun 2011
  • Macduff Eastwemyss
Silkie cockerels
« on: June 22, 2012, 12:45:49 pm »
Hi folks  :wave:


Not a big poster on the forum but always looking for hints and tips


Looking for some help today though.


2 of our silkie chicks have turned out to be cockerels. Wee Rick ( Eric's son) and roger


They're both grey, roger slightly lighter, and approximately 4 months old


We are looking for help rehoming both of them as unfortunately we just don't have space forthem to live happily alongside Eric.


Both boys free to good home and we can happily deliver within reasonable distance


Thanks  ;D

 

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