Sunday, December 18, 2011

Suet's for any bird =)

Made some suet for my babies today.  We're out of feed, and have no money to get any.  Luckily I was smart enough to stock up on things so I could make the suet.  Gives them something yummy to eat.  =)  Yummy... and good for them.  Just a mixture of lard, peanut butter, bananas, corn starch, cracked corn, bulgur wheat, and bird seed.  =)

Bantams:  Cassie (frizzle cochin), Eagle (wheaten ameracauna), Diamond (mille fleur d'uccule), and Romeo and Juliette (seramas)

The large fowls:  Ricky, Rose, and Henny Penny (RIR's), and Storm, Sunshine, and Mya (EE's - which were just now sold)

The silkies:  Kimmie, Snowball, and Frosty (white), Mico (calico), Mohican (black), Queenie (splash), and the two nameless blues

And here are some pictures just for the heck of it... the banties enjoying some free time, all lined up at the fence picking at the grass.  I ended up bringing some grass in to them.  =)
This bottom picture... left to right:  Romeo, Juliette, Diamond, Eagle, and Cassie.  =)

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Brooder Cage Decorated for Christmas

  Yes, there are chicks in there.  =)  A mille fleur d'uccule - frizzle cochin cross, and a buff orpington.  =)  Such sweet babies too!  Love them!  =)

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Birds for sale

These are my babies I'm trying to rehome right now. 

                                                       Henny Penny and Rose (RIR pullets)

                                                                 Ricky  (RIR cockerel)

                                                              Storm (EE cockerel)

                                        Mya and Sunshine (EE pullets... Sunshine is the dark one)

                                                      Frosty (roo) and Snowball (hen)

Blues... mixed in with the others.  Not sure what happened to my single pictures of them...

3 Bantam Chicks...  Mille Fleur D'Uccule crossed with frizzle cochin (only one came out frizzled....)

And the buff orp chick.  He/she (think he) has a bad leg.  The bantam chicks trampled him.  Hoping it will get better, but understand if no one does...
(Chicks are all slightly bigger than they were in these pics.  Maybe double the size now.  All hatched in October.)
Asking $25 for trios, $20 for pairs, $15 for the three bantams together, and $5 for the buff orpington.

Thanks for looking everyone!
(I am in NE Ohio up near Akron)

Friday, December 9, 2011

Kitty Pictures!

Layla is our little calico girl, Isaac and Leo are our boys.  Isaac is the grey and white kitty, and Leo is the tabby.  =)