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Date Posted: 06/10/12 20:13
Author: Rob N TN
Subject: Exotic Chickens

Hello, Its great to see the 'Tropical Corner' still welcoming visitors for so many years! I have a question for Tony.

Tony, a few years ago I was in the nearby town of Pall Mall,TN
home of WW1 fighter and hero Alvin C York. You have been in this area and know it has a few interesting places to see. before you get into Pall Mall is the little community of Possum Trot. Its not on any map but they have a general store, filling station,an auction barn and a small flea market.
At the flea market an old man was selling chickens and guineas and what really caught my eye was some chickens that were feathered in exotic colors like jungle parrots that you sometimes see. He told me they were chickens and not what they looked like. He wanted $35 a piece but you had to buy two. I passed but have regretted it every since. They were the most beautiful birds I have ever seen. He hasn't been seen there in a long time and Im hoping you could tell me what kind of chickens they were. Appreciate any help and I hope your growing season has many blooms, ample rain and pleasant temperatures in Beautiful Eastern Oklahoma!
Thank you !

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