Marsh Daisys

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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by bantambob » 21 Jun 2009, 19:52

Picture of Marsh Daisy growers ----2nd pic shows a white one !!!!!!
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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by power poultry » 07 Sep 2009, 14:24

Here is a head shot of one of our birds my son got a first place with her at the Norfolk Show last month.

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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by bantambob » 29 Oct 2009, 16:10

You dont see many of these
white Marsh Daisy :shock:

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or these
buff marsh daisy :shock:
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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by CP » 30 Oct 2009, 02:32

Lovely birds! :grin: =D>
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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by Student Photographer » 12 Nov 2009, 15:28

I'm a photography student from Newport, South Wales. I am currently making a project about chickens and am looking for various breeds to photograph. Would anyone be interested? I'd preferably want to photograph chickens near to South Wales but if you don't, just still let me know if you're interested and I might be able to sort something out.

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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by SpringRB » 19 Nov 2009, 20:38

=P~ Hi All,
I have Brown and Wheaten Trio's. Also currently have two really nice buff pullets. I have been refining the breed colours for nearly 5 years now. Have managed to bring in new birds to produce some really smart 'on standard' Daisies. The only one I have not been able to perfect is the Buff Cock. I have also not been able to find any white daisies. The pic on this forum is a nice bird.

I would be most interested in finding a breeder who would like to swap birds. After mutual inspection of course.

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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by power poultry » 20 Nov 2009, 23:03

Would love to see love images of your birds

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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by bantambob » 30 Nov 2009, 16:16

BEST MARSH DAISY @ THE NATIONAL 2009
Very pleased very ----very-----very =D>
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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by ilex » 30 Nov 2009, 16:45

=D> EXCELLENT :grin:

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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by power poultry » 30 Nov 2009, 17:15

Great birds bob at least I got 3rd to you not some one I did not like :-)

Great weekend sorry did not make it to meeting kids had got bored and we went back to hotel.

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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by westcork » 06 Jan 2010, 10:33

Can someone advise me as to whether it is OK to keep Marsh Daisy and Seebright together ? I am also looking for a supplier of hatching eggs for Seebright that will send them over to me in Ireland. Any advice appreciated

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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by westcork » 08 Jan 2010, 17:34

Can anyone advise whether Marsh Daisy hens would be compatible with Sebright bantams. I am planning to keep both and want to know whether they will be OK housed together.

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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by power poultry » 08 Jan 2010, 19:39

I can not see a problem but Sebrights are very bossy little birds for there size.

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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by bantambob » 17 Jan 2010, 22:28

Winner @ the Northern Poultry Show
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Re: Marsh Daisys

Post by power poultry » 27 Jan 2010, 20:14

Well done you keep it up.

Had a nose at your other image how do you keep to boys in the same pen mine are at each other at the pen every morning had to put etting up as last time a toe got ripped.

I have to say the lads are looking stunning at the moment and its great to see the black chest on one lad and the brown on the other.

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