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Date Posted: 21:24:23 06/09/08 Mon
Author: Natasha
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Subject: Re: Straddle Leggs
In reply to: Rhonda 's message, "Re: Straddle Leggs" on 18:57:28 06/09/08 Mon

I do think it was genetic. I have colony breeders so i have no idea who produced the chick, but I will be seperating them into trios/pairs and if i get another i will retire the hen or cock. I think it may have come from one of my splash hens, but like i said i have no idea.

the 22 others are getting frisky and are a handfull, but the little chick will be missed.

i have been breeding buttons, not for a very long time, but it never gets easier when you loose a pet.

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