I don't really have a count of all of them, but I do band them with numbered zip ties before I let them out to free range. I think I have close to 60 free-ranging, probably another 30 in the coop still growing, and maybe another 60 in the brooders. I won't be keeping all of them...a lot of the breeds were straight-run so I have way too many roos. Also, my friend just had her laying flock stolen, so I will probably be passing some pullets along to her.
Right, breeds. Buffs Orpington, Golden Buff, New Hampshire Red, White Rock, Barred Rock, Dominique, Black Australorp, Speckled Sussex, Sicilian Buttercup, EE, bantam cochin (multiple colors), Silkie (multiple colors), Polish (multiple colors), Mille Fleur d'Uccle, Salmon Faverolles, Light Brahma, black sex-link, Bielefelder, Crested Cream Legbar, Olive Egger, Welsummer, Barnevelder, Blue Andalusian, Light Sussex, Araucana, Black Americauna, Lavender Orpington, Queen Silvia, East Frisian Gull, Silver Sebright, White-faced Black Spanish bantam, and Lemon Cuckoo Orpintons. Believe it or not, I still have a want list!
I also have 6 pearl guineas, 3 Toulouse goslings, 5 magpie ducklings, and coming in a week 15 Golden hybrid ducklings. The guineas are for ticks and intruder alerts. The goslings are for lawn mowing and intruder alert. The ducklings are for eggs (for baking with). I will also be getting coturnix quaal for eggs at some point. I am thus far resisting Narragansett turkeys because they'd just be lawn ornaments/ear candy since I'm vegetarian plus they can't share space with the chickens...but am weakening...
The posts are mainly for fences, but I have been using them as posts to elevate the coops. Will probably snag a few to construct some climbing structures for the goats. The fence is likely a multi-year project, but it made more sense to buy all the posts at once and pay just one delivery fee.