Four of the Dibbies (agriculture birds ). Photo by KittenEileen
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Four of the Dibbies

Uploaded by: KittenEileen

Wednesday July 31, 2013

Spartanburg, SC (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Remember the babies, not babies anymore, but they still cheep...

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5. ChrisAnthemum
3:00 AM GMT on August 22, 2013
The combs are a better indication. Looks like you have one pullet, center, the rest cocks, as you said in your more recent photo.
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4. KittenEileen
1:08 AM GMT on August 04, 2013
I read somewhere about pointed tail feathers on cockerels verses rounded ones on the pullets. I'm going to have to check them out a bit closer tomorrow. I love my chickens.
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3. Shaz4OR
3:35 AM GMT on August 01, 2013
Darling little chickens!
BTW I think you have a little cockerel on the far left.
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2. ruralartist
10:07 PM GMT on July 31, 2013
Growing into real beauties!
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1. Proserpina
9:34 PM GMT on July 31, 2013
They are beautiful!
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About KittenEileen


Living in upstate SC is quite a delight. I've lived here all my life except for about 18 months. I have the privilege of rearing my 14 year old grandniece. I love teaching her all the things I taught my two sons. Painting with oils and watercolors are a couple of hobbies I have as well as photography. I love my animals and would love living the bucolic life if I could but this is about as close here as I will ever come. I so enjoy seeing all the photos from all around this wonderful world of ours. Keep posting so this little old southern grandmother can appreciate all God Created.

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