This is my flock of over 30 chickens! We've hatched some, mixed some, ordered some, and bought some. They're a variety pack of beauty and elegancy! Haha.. Just kidding. I love them a lot though, and I think they're beautiful.
So, here's so pictures of'm, I hope you enjoy them! I certainly do.
Let's start out with our older hens and rooster.
First, Meeko. She's a hen we hatched, a mix between a Cochin and a Speckled Sussex.
Next, my Wyandotte Cochin mix, whom we also hatched, Bandit. Pretty girl <3.
Another hen we hatched as a mix is Speckles. She's yet another Wyandotte Cochin mix.
We also hatched this pure black cochin. Her name is Comet.
This is a Cochin rooster we hatched. His name is Poofy Butt (I was young, okay?)
Our oldest hen, a pure Mottled Java, is 5 years old. Her name is Twin - after naming her after her sister, they were called 'The Twins.' Unfortunately the other Twin was snatched by a fox, so we just left this one's name as Twin. I'll never forget her sister <3
Next, our cochins (they are a little younger than the first chickens shown). (From top to bottom) Midnight, Tiny Head(don't judge), Pepper, Ash. All hens.
This is Freckles, our White Faced Black Spanish hen. (She also has spurs, even though she's a pullet.)
Next, Tiny Tim, our Sicilian Buttercup hen. Yes, I am aware it's a boy's name. Also from a movie. #swag
Road Runner, our pretty OEGB hen, has finally grown her feathers back on her head after molting. She's a beauty now. Unfortunately, she's at the end of the pecking order, which is why she goes bald sometimes...
Another Cochin we have that's the same age as the other cochins (besides Comet and Poofy), is Pat. She's a yellow Cochin though, unique in her own little way.
Now we're going onto the younger fellas. They're in a separate coop and stay to their own side of the property.
(From top to bottom) Silver Laced Cochins: Soren (roo), Oreo (hen), Patches (hen)
(From top to bottom) Crevecoeurs: Sharky (Hen), Shadow (Hen), Toodles (Roo)
(From top to bottom) German/Appenzeller Spitzhaubens: Twilight, Dixie, Skittles (all hens)
Our Sultan hen, Snow.
(From top to bottom) Buckeyes: Red, Snickers (both hens)
Gylfie, our Buckeye Ameraucana mix hen. She also has cross beak.
(From top to bottom) Digger (hen), Stripy (hen), Roo (roo).
Jay, our Ameraucana Bantam mix rooster. We won't be keeping him long, he's very mean to the hens and rips their feathers out of their backs for no reason at all. Plus, we have enough roosters.
Now's our OEGB black-breasted rooster, The Quickster. He's a cutie.
Next, our Aracucana/Ameraucana Easter Egger mix hen, Fleck.
Let's not forget our two newest members of my flock! At only a few weeks old, we've got our Sicilian Buttercup mix, Nugget, and our Cochin Wyandotte mix, Mystery! I'm not aware of their genders, since their both different ages it's a bit harder (their age difference is a few days).
(Top to bottom) Nugget, Mystery.
Thanks for viewing! Time for some flock picture time!