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Old 12-02-2012, 11:04 PM   #11
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Looks like chicken dinner!!



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Old 12-02-2012, 11:49 PM   #12
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If I remember right, those chickens lay blue eggs. Oops, never mind. I think they lay brown eggs.



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Old 12-03-2012, 02:19 AM   #13
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Winds, its the Robins that have the blue eggs!

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They lay a speckled egg...............

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Those birds make great "watchdogs" and a covey will alert you by making lotsa noise, I hear they are great eating too!

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Guinea hens are bug eating machines. We had them in rural WV when i was growing up: So did some of the neighbors. Those birds would travel for a few miles: They roosted in trees, on top of haystacks or the tops of a buildings at night.

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If I remember right, those chickens lay blue eggs. Oops, never mind. I think they lay brown eggs.
You are thinking of ameraucana chickens, that lay blue eggs. There are giant chickens that lay pink eggs. I am not a chicken person but a lot of my neighbors have chickens. From listening to their conversations and the love of fresh eggs I know more about chickens than I care to know.
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''guinnies '' are the most economical watchdog one can own ....dont eat much and wont leave a land mine in the yard



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