Elsa is THE MAN! He was named by my niece when he was just a little guy, before we knew his gender. Elsa was born in late April and was given to me, along with his Brother Clinton and his sister Molly, by a neighbor. They are a beautiful lot! My neighbor says they are Silkie/Bantam mixes.
Clinton (named by my Nephew after his father/my brother who passed away) is a handsome fellow who always looks like he is wearing a beret. He also has a magic feather! He is the less dominate of the two Roosters and I think this is due to Elsa's "Boy Named Sue" complex.
This is Molly! She is the tiniest of the bunch. She is feisty! She looks like she is wearing a rad Toupee and she doesn't take any crap off the rest of the group. She lays the prettiest blue eggs and from I hear (I am allergic to eggs…ironic I know) they are very tasty!
She is pictured above with our friend B. B has autism and absolutely ADORES my chickens, especially little Molly.
Here is the whole crew. I have 7 chickens total and I only highlighted the three siblings. I have three that I got from a feed store in Cave Creek. I purchased them the day before Easter. I had no plan, no coop, no set up, but I could not leave them at that feed store because I had no idea where they would go after the Easter Chick Rush. They were about 3 weeks old and just "plain factory chickens" according to the guy at the store. Well, they are the smartest, sweetest, most beautiful chickens I have seen and they make me very happy! We grew in this chicken world together. Their early days were spent in an extra large dog kennel with a heat lamp and a broom stick perch. They got supervised free range time in the yard and welcomed their 3 step siblings with open wings. Now they are about 7 months old and let me love on them whenever I want!
The two reds on the left are Pepperann and Bits. The red is the middle is Annie and Juanita is their white sister. I have no idea what their specific breeds are I just know they are super special.
B 'flying' with Juanita. (Little Molly is up by the coop)
My girls and their brother Clinton scratching around for palm berries.
Thanks for looking at my Chicken World out here in Tempe Az.
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