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Chickens of the Brahma Chicken range in size from around 10 to 12 pounds have feathers on their wings, toes, and shanks, a pea comb, downy feathering, and broad, wide heads with a protruding skull over their eyes. You can choose between three color options: light, dark, or buff. Brahma chickens were originally used for meat due to their large size. It is easy to keep the large birds since they are very docile, and they can withstand the cold temperatures of wintertime. Their popularity is apparent among both hobbyists and breeders. The Brahma hen lays brown eggs in significant amounts as do many heritage breeds. It is unknown what this bird’s genetic makeup is. Using clues left in the poultry journals and books of the 1800s, historians have reconstructed the likely origins of this noble bird. This breed of chicken is known for its size and calm temperament, and it is also a meat and egg-laying bird. You can read more about Chickens and Pets On our site happychickensfarm.com Over a relatively short period time– about fifty years or so – the ‘Brahma chicken’ developed in the US from imported birds. There is no doubt that the birds’ ancestry is from China, but Indian fowl had a strong influence on them. Together with the Cochin, the Brahma began a period of “hen fever” or “hen” madness, in which exotic chickens became popular. In those days, some of these chickens sold for astronomical amounts of money. More information about chickens can be found here, such as the types of meat and other interesting things about them Are Light Brahma chickens friendly? Despite their small size, light Brahma chicken is very friendly and can even learn to love humans. It’s easy to take care of them: just give them lots of treats, and they’ll climb right into your hands. There is no conflict between these docile and quiet birds and other breeds of chicken. Originally from Asia, the Light Brahma Chicken is a very old breed of feather-footed chickens. Standard of Perfection recognizes the Light variety of a breed as one of the first varieties. There is nothing quieter, kinder, or easier to handle than a Light Brahma. Cold weather doesn’t affect them much due to their large size, pea comb, and heavy feathering. It is not uncommon for rabbits to lay brown eggs, especially during the winter months, and provide good mothering to their young. A Brahma chicken can live 5-8 years, depending on the quality of care you provide, just like silkies, Araucanas, or speckled Sussex chickens. They can live longer if they receive a daily chicken feed with 16% protein, clean water, and veterinary care. Are buff Brahma chicken nice? Breeders in the United States developed the Buff Brahma Chicken breed after importing huge birds from China’s port of Shanghai. It is an excellent family pet, and its docile nature makes it a pleasant pet as well. Their large brown eggs are reasonable layers. The chicken yard may have been filmed with Brahmas lumbering around like a bull. Like Silver Laced Wyandottes, Buck Brahmas are very calm chickens and don’t often attack people or other chickens. Even their roosters are not aggressive (their disposition is friendly, calm, and gentle). King of All Poultry”: the Giant Brahma Chicken? According to data gathered in the early 20th century, Giant Brahma Chicken can weigh as much as 13-14 pounds, while cockroaches can reach a weight of 17-18.25 pounds. Because of their egg-laying ability and ability to feed a moderate-sized family, they were a popular breed in the 19th and 20th centuries. Brahma eggs used to be an important source of protein, but they are no longer as popular as they once were. They will crawl into your hand for a cuddle or a snack if you feed them lots of treats. The birds are quiet and docile, and they can get along with other breeds of chickens. How big do dark Brahma chickens get? Dark Brahma chicken have been the subject of some debate as to whether they are the same breed or of different origins. I judge from these two wood engravings taken from the Poultry Book of 1867. It seems that there is a contradiction in their conformation. It is necessary, however, to feed the fowl, despite its great appetite. The Brahma will seek it abroad. Dark Brahma chicken were renowned for their hardiness. For their size, they are also good egg layers. Known as a winter layer, they lay the bulk of their eggs between October and May.
Wedding Cocktail Hour - Don't Go Broke!
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Fall Wedding Must: Caramel Apple Martinis
If you're getting married this Fall and Caramel Apple Martinis are NOT ON YOUR cocktail menu, PLEASE, WHY?! Okay, let's start over. If you're wedding is this Fall, then THIS IS YOUR MUST-HAVE cocktail! The Caramel Apple Martini (or carameltini, as it's sometimes called) is a martini with October leaves, Indian Summer bliss and apple orchard nostalgia. Sounds amazing, right? Let's not delay the imbibery... Caramel Apple Martini Ingredients 2 ounces Apple Cider 2 ounces Caramel Vodka 1 ounce Butterscotch Schnapps Sliced fresh apple, caramel, and / or cinnamon sugar for garnish. Rim your martini glass with caramel or cinnamon sugar. To get the cinnamon sugar to stick to the glass, dip the rim in a little apple cider, then the cinnamon sugar. Combine the apple cider, caramel vodka, and butterscotch schnapps in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously. Pour mixture into the rimmed martini glass and garnish with a slice of fresh apple. Simple. Delicious. Impossible not to be a favorite! It’s a little on the sweet side, so it would pair very nicely with a salty appetizer. It could also finish up a meal as a substitute for a sweet dessert. And you all remember my advice about cocktail hour, right? Don't make your guests wait around forever between the recessional and for cocktail hour to begin. Drinks and bubbly should be being poured as guests are entering. They should be reaching for a coupe or a high ball. You choose. For more cocktail fabulousness, click here.
Open Letter: Two Monday Cocktails
Dear Vinglers, Recently, (as in 90 seconds ago), I shared a card about how I learned the secret of turning Tuesday into Friday, which you can read here. However, that is not why I am writing you this card. You see, now that we discovered how to get rid of Wednesday and Thursday through Coconut Margaritas, I am MOSTLY interested in ditching Mondays altogether. I know there's a way of doing it. But how? Does anyone know? I've looked into chakras, harmonics, frequencies and even holographics...but none of that seems to work. If Ed Leedskalnin can levitate monolithic rocks to create and build Coral Castle, can't we unlock the mystery that traps us into work weeks that consistently begin with Mondays?! I apologize if I seem a bit worked up; I know the truth is out there. Perhaps if we are diligent, and listen to Coast To Coast AM, then we will be that much closer to solving this elusive conundrum. Until then, attached is the fabulous Pomelo Flush for your mouth and the Citron Soak for your sore and aching feet, that every Monday brings. Let's look both ways, hold hands, and cross the road together! Always, @MarshallEdgar Foot Cocktail 1 cup of Epsom Salt 1 cup of Sea Salt 2 cups of Baking Soda 4 cups of hot water 6-8 drops of Lavender essential oil --------------------------- 1 grapefruit sliced 1 orange sliced 2 limes sliced 2 fresh rosemary sprigs In a large, clean container, mix salts, soda, oil and water. Close with lid or cap and shake vigorously. In a pan of HOT WATER (as hot as you can stand), add sliced fruits and rosemary. Stir in 1/2 - 3/4 cup of water salt from container into pan. Save the rest for another time. Soak feet like this for 30 minutes. Try this 3 times a week for two weeks, dropping to once a week. @allischaaff @danidee @rodiziketan @buddyesd @nicolejb @alywoah @TerrecaRiley @yernaya @jeff4122 @NixonWoman @FrancheskaOrtiz @clochette30 @beywatch @britneyw @VeronicaCuevas @ElizabethSerna @AlaishaRenise @littlelegs @CorlethaTurner @alwaysdream @kclvrhse @LizArnone @MrsBaxter @Heartofgold @MargaretPearson
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I was in the mood all day today for some orange flavored jello. But I don't know how to make it, even with a box and some "add this to this and mix" instructions. I just couldn't be bothered with that. Then I thought of Orange Julius, which would be great with vodka. Yet the more I thought about it, I thought, WHY NOT MAKE SOMETHING NEW FOR A CHANGE?!?!?!?! @rodiziketan is a Vingler that is pretty much an expert in all things mixology. He practically makes a new drink every day. His liquor cabinet is loaded with at least 20 bottles of liquor. He also preaches, "USE FRESH SQUEEZED JUICES" whenever possible. I bring him up because he inspired me to think outside my LA BOX and try something new. You can visit his Cocktails Collection that he created by clicking here. If you like what you see, be sure to follow him, clip and like. He's a cool guy too, so be sure to say hello. Orange Creamsicle Ingredients 3 oz Orange Soda 1 oz Whipped Cream Flavored Vodka 1 TBSP Sweetened Condensed Milk Whipped Cream Sprinkles Directions Add ice to a low-ball style cocktail glass. Add orange soda pop, whipped cream flavored vodka, and sweetened condensed milk Stir gently. Do not over-stir or you will lose the carbonated bubbles Top with whipped cream. Garnish with sprinkles. This is what I wanted. Still has the vodka and orange, but without the ice cream and orange juice. It's got carbonated bubbles, sprinkles and that luxe creamy texture of the condensed milk. And SWEET!