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Blommehöns

Post by stephen » 02 Sep 2006, 10:34

A few pictures and a short video of some Blommehöns - a Swedish breed of chicken.

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NB: These ones are none-Genebank Blommehönor
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Post by stephen » 02 Sep 2006, 10:58

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Again, these are the Swedish Non-Genebank Blommehönor, ie "farmyyard" versions, not the pure breeds.
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Post by Mr Cholmondley-Warner » 02 Sep 2006, 12:09

I like those I want them :roll: What lovely birds another one on the list of hatching egg requirements :lol: along with the Neider Rheiners and Poulet de bresse and........... :lol:


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Post by stephen » 02 Sep 2006, 14:22

Well, egg swaps can be arranged ;)
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Post by summayah » 02 Sep 2006, 16:37

Thanks Stephen ~ I was expecting to hear mr Blommehöns crow. Are the girls different ages ~ as you have 2 very speckled and 2 not so speckled?

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Post by stephen » 02 Sep 2006, 20:30

We'll see if we can catch him tomorrow! Age wise, all we know is they hatched this year.
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Post by Mr Cholmondley-Warner » 02 Sep 2006, 22:00

stephen wrote:Well, egg swaps can be arranged ;)
will keep it in mind for when I have moved thanks,maybe you could post a few yak too :lol:

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Post by stephen » 03 Sep 2006, 05:35

Not sure they'd fit in the post boxes around here!
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Post by stephen » 03 Sep 2006, 07:34

summayah wrote:Thanks Stephen ~ I was expecting to hear mr Blommehöns crow.
Just for you!
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Post by summayah » 03 Sep 2006, 09:47

Thank you ~ he certainly kept us waiting.

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Post by CP » 03 Sep 2006, 10:29

So that's what a Swedish crow sounds like! :lol: :lol:
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Post by George » 03 Sep 2006, 11:12

Chicken Palace wrote:So that's what a Swedish crow sounds like! :lol: :lol:
No Cp ! that's what a Swedish cockeral sounds like.

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Post by stephen » 03 Sep 2006, 11:36

summayah wrote:Thank you ~ he certainly kept us waiting.
We had to wait till he went to bed and woke up again! We sat there for hours waiting for them. They slept in on Sundays, not like us. :?
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Post by summayah » 03 Sep 2006, 16:44

Sorry about that.

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