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Despite her huge effort, Matilda, the Dutch Welsummer, sadly did not make the top of the world record charts.
If Mulder does turn out to be a constant noise polluter, rather than an occasional boaster, then he'll go to the home that has been kindly and generously offered, where a Welsummer and Copper Black Marans are already lined up to go and live happy lives free from hassle and enjoying lots of love.
That's good news for Rudy (a Black Copper Marans), Orvis (a Welsummer) and Ike (a Wheaton Marans), all of whom will be allowed to stay in separate coops outside Rubalcaba's Church Street home.
There are two chocolate-brown Welsummer eggs, but there are three Welsummer hens.
£65; 1 Trio Black Orpington Bantams £40; 3 Welsummer Pol Pullets £78; 1 Cayuga Drake and 2