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        08-12-2011, 12:55 PM
    Green Broke
    Originally Posted by ilovesonya    
    We didn't have any trouble with the bants get picked on. Everybody got along right away. If there is trouble the bantams stuck up for themselves. Although we only had 3 RIRs, you have more of the big guys.
    Yeah, if anything the bants we had suffered from "little dog syndrome" and if there was any bullying to be done, it was done by them -- cheeky little buggars.
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        08-12-2011, 01:16 PM
    Green Broke
    Here's the new kids (not named yet) The little blue is the new roo and the little black is the new hen. They have their fluffy butts starting to grow in, and they have their darling little pantaloons. Can't wait until they are fully feathered out!

    Also another pic of Pierre, cause he's getting awfully pretty.

        08-12-2011, 02:59 PM
    Found some pics of the Bantams that I had.
    My dad was so proud of those spurs. I made him trim them after he showed me the pic though. I thought it wouldn't be very fair for the hens, since the other one was straight and I'm sure was hurting the hens backs.
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