Fellowship of the Wing

By WhyYesIAmCrazy · May 5, 2014 · Updated Jun 23, 2014 · ·
  1. WhyYesIAmCrazy
    Hi everybody! I'm the proud tender of 4 Hubbard Brown pullets - 17 weeks old today- and I'm AMAZED how grown up they look compared to the scruffy, half-fledged little girls I brought home 14 weeks ago. I've also got 3 other younger ladies (now 7 weeks), one (probably) Easter Egger, one Ancona, and one... unidentifable pullet. (She's gold.. but as yet nondescript)
    So, anyway, these are my older ladies, Dahlia, Zinnia, Orchid, and Lily.
    [​IMG] Dahlia [​IMG] Zinnia

    [​IMG] from the left, Orchid, Zinnia, Dahlia [​IMG] Lily taking a nap

    The younger ladies: Prim, Daisy, and Marigold
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  1. silkie10
    :yuckyuck Love the name!!!
  2. birdmandan
    I don't like to name my birds. It makes it so much harder when it comes to slaughter time. :drool
    1. PoultreeKing
      I have 90 birds they are all named Frederick :p
  3. GldnValleyHens
    haha I love your title, Fellowship of the Wing, so funny! Next you need the Brahma, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Haha bad joke
  4. Katarina
    Is it possible for two chicks to be on one egg?
    1. Abriana
      Did you mean to say "in one egg"? Because, yes, it is possible. There was another thread and someone had two eggs with twins. they were both fully developed, but sadly didn't hatch.
  5. grintschik
    The black and white bird is gorgeous! As is everyone else :D
  6. Flock Master64
    Beautiful birds
  7. bajabirdbrain
    Your girls are beautiful. Excellent photos! Thanks for making my morning!!
  8. Abriana
    Such a cute flock!
  9. PeepersMama
    X2 all the previous posts. Marigold looks like a biuttercup. They're pretty neat chickens from what I understand. :D
  10. nickylou665
    Lovely littles!
  11. MrsAuberry00
    If the last one is a Sicilian Buttercup...I MUST HAVE ONE. Also, your title made me laugh out loud. :D
  12. Katarina
    Aww they are just to cute!
  13. FeatherMtnFarms
    The last one, I am guessing is the "unidentified" one? Is a Sicilian Butter cup, I had one in my first flock before they got attacked by dogs:( and her name was Pixie! She was wonderful and had such a personality!!! Good luck with them!
  14. FeatherMtnFarms
    I LOVE your pics!!!!:clap
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  15. Izzychicky
    So adorable! I think the golden one could be a buff Orpington
  16. losttexan
    The last chick looks like it might be a Sicilian Buttercup.
  17. WhyYesIAmCrazy
    Agreed, cherylak276, I think there's plenty of flowers to choose from. Just got to fit them. :)
  18. cherylak276
    You gotta stick with the flower names
  19. cherylak276
    so cute! I love your names
  20. TwoCrows
    Your flock is adorable!!
  21. BantamFan4Life
    Nice! I love your bird's names! =)
  22. Mr MKK FARMS
  23. highcountrybell
    love the wing picture! <3
  24. WhyYesIAmCrazy
    Thanks for the POW! Watching these ladies, it's easy to understand why scientists theorize that dinosaurs evolved into birds. They are VERY dino-like in expression and mannerism. (Never would have guessed chickens would remind me so much of birds of prey!)
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  26. roostersandhens
    Cute! And congrats on pic of the week!
  27. ChickensRock01
    3rd comment!!! omg your chickys are soooo adorable!!!!
  28. BYC Project Manager
    Congratulations, we've chosen one of your chicken pics for the Chicken Picture Of the Week. Thanks for posting your chickens to our "My Chickens" pages! You can find more info about our POW here: BYC POW process
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