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Bantam Chicken For Sale Bantam Poultry Bantam Chick Bantam Chick Black Breasted Red Phoenix Bantam Silver Duckwing Phoenix Bantam Golden Duckwing Phoenix Bantam White Phoenix Bantam Phoenix Bantam Chicken Breed Information and Chicken Facts Phoenix Bantam Chicken Breed Information: The Silver Duckwing Phoenix is a long tailed breed of fowl bred in Japan nearly 1000 years ago. There are past records of this breed producing tails on the males that exceed twenty feet.
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ChickHatchery.com - Ameraucana and Vorwerk chicks
Isabel-witgepareld "Bij de Nederlandse Sabelpootkriel kennen we een aantal basiskleuren waarvan - door middel van het inbrengen van dominant wit of recessief parelgrijs - een aantal kleurvarianten zijn ontstaan. Zo kennen we, als afgeleide van de kleurslag porselein, de kleurslag isabel-porselein. Hier is het zwart vervangen door het recessieve parelgrijs! Het recessieve parelgrijs heeft tevens tot gevolg dat de goudbruine grondkleur is verdund tot isabelkleurig. De Nederlandse Sabelpootkriel
Silky Ducks A Black Silky DuckPhoto courtesy of Rob Ott These rare little ducks have soft, lacy feathering. They were developed by Darrell Sheraw of Pennsylvania.
Indian Runner Ducks A different viewPhoto courtesy of Senia Phillips My Buff Runner, "Christine" My Buff Runner hen "Priscilla" A Penciled Runner drake
Ducklings and Goslings Photo courtesy of Marshall Clinton Without Their Mom You can get some ideas about raising young birds from my page on Raising Chicks, but young waterfowl need somewhat different care. Some of this material is a repeat of what is on that page. Raising Young Waterfowl
Soay Sheep & Other Rare Livestock at Greener Pastures Farm
On Thursday, December 20th, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced a final rule establishing general regulations for improving the traceability of U.S. livestock moving interstate. “With the final rule announced today, the United States now has a flexible, effective animal disease traceability system for livestock moving interstate, without undue burdens for ranchers and U.S. livestock businesses,” said Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. “The final rule meets the diverse needs of the countryside where states and tribes can develop systems for tracking animals that work best for them and their producers, while addressing gaps in our overall disease response efforts. Over the past several years, USDA has listened carefully to America's farmers and ranchers, working collaboratively to establish a system of tools and safeguards that will help us target when and where animal diseases occur, and help us respond quickly.” NAIS - National Animal Identification System
Core Historical Literature of Agriculture
Core Historical Literature of Agriculture (CHLA)
Heritage Breeds Conservancy, Inc.
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American Bantam Association http://www.bantamclub.com
Cornell Cooperative Extension
Lame Duck Rescue
Duck Care Home Page
American Silkie Bantam Club Website!
Acorn Hollow Bantams - Home Page
Majestic Waterfowl Sanctuary - A Non-Profit Organization and San
An on-line zoological garden of domestic poultry, including photos, video and information about various breeds of fowl, such as chickens, ducks, geese, guinea fowl, peafowl, pigeons, and turkeys. Various wildfowl are also included. And by my counter, you're visitor number since January 31, 1999! There were 108,350 visitors between 31 Jan. 1998 and 31 Jan. 1999 and 92,850 visitors in the two previous years (from 31 Jan. 1996 to 31 Jan. 1998). The Poultry Page
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The House Rabbit Society: San Diego Chapter Buy a Bunny a Little Time
Silkie Chickens at Fawkes' Feather Farm
Beginner's Guide to Indian Runner Ducks Indian Runners are a breed of duck which originated in the East Indies. They have been kept in England and North America since the late 1800s. Their original purpose was for egg production and they are the second most prolific egg layer of the duck breeds. They are named for their characteristic gait. Runners do not waddle....they run!
Indian Runner Ducks: The Indian Runner Duck Association - Domest
Omlet UK | Our fantastic chicken house and rabbit hutch the eglu
Pickering Valley Feed and Farm