2018 -2019 breeding season drawing to a close. How was yours

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2018 -2019 breeding season drawing to a close. How was yours

Postby nhb » Sat Feb 23, 2019 4:56 pm

A slow breeding season for me, but I have finished with my best pullet numbers yet, thanks to a low cockeral count. I am all so quite pleased with the quality of the bird's iam seeing to date. So let us know how your breeding season has worked out or gone.
Proud owner and breeder, of North Holland blues and Sicilian buttercups
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Re: 2018 -2019 breeding season drawing to a close. How was y

Postby Marina » Fri Mar 01, 2019 10:52 pm

I started off with way more cockerels than pullets in the early batches but the later batches have evened out. It's a bit early to tell quality with most but I have one very promising Splash Orpington pullet.

My Faverolles were very difficult to breed and the few birds I have seem to succumb to all sorts of ailments like slipped tendon and Mareks disease. We'll see whether any reach maturity and start to lay.

Number wise I'm a lot better off than last season when more than half of my young birds and several adult birds were killed in a dog attack - in town!
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