Thanks, I wonder whether they'll usually be small then. I'm not sure whose it is. I thought Grace is the older one, but she's smaller, maybe it's her.....
One of the chooks I didn't get escapes from the yard every day, yet she doesn't know how to get back in.... sigh. I don't know why she can't stay in there and look around. Oh no, she's got to be on the outside. Then she looks at her "good sisters" and runs back and forth trying to walk through the fence, and they run back and forth going "come in with us!"
I let the big "mob" out for a wander today because it was raining, Flossie also got out. She didn't get murdered or attacked or anything, which was good.
Can somebody with tiny chooks tell me whether they are "boney"? I can feel the keel on my teeny girls. They seem normal, they eat, they wander about, they don't seem sickly or anything, just when I pick them up I'm aware of their keels. They aren't very "padded" in front.(the teeny girls are a d'uccle, pekin and a frizzle/d'uccle cross)
My D'uccles aren't boney and the are POL and one younger.