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Spring Chickens

  1. Chicken Girl1
    Well its that time of year.........grass is green...........trees have leaves.......... gardens come alive.............and crazy chicken people get chicks [​IMG]. I got my newest chicks March 23 and they are now a little over 6 weeks old. They've been living outside for about 2 weeks and are being slowly integrated into the big coop. Yesterday was a beautiful day so I got the camera out and some fun [​IMG]. Before I drown you in pictures I will introduce the newbies:

    Chipmunk Jr. (called Chip) - My adorable Easter Egger
    Pippin (called Pip) - Chip's Easter Egger shadow
    Sassafras (called Sassy) - My Barred Rock who lives up to her name
    Luna and Stella - My two inseparable Buff Orpingtons
    Tib - My inquisitive Welsummer
    Alice - My spunky yet slightly ditzy Buff Brahma


    Ok, now here are the pictures! First a few group photos:
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    Luna:
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    Tib:
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    Pip:
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    Sassy:
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    Alice:
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    Stella:
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    Chip:
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    Stella and Tib:
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    Luna and Sassy:
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    Pip:
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    Alice and Chip's face :p!
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    Chip:
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    Sassy:
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    Alice and Stella's face
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    Tib:
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    Chip and Alice:
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    Big meets little:
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    Luna and Stella:
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    and a few random photos:
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    Thanks for reading!
    Chicken Girl1

    (You can read more about my flock here: https://www.backyardchickens.com/a/chicken-girl1s-fall-flock-photos)

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    Chicken Girl1
    A chicken girl raising her flock of 20 birds on 10 acres, with lots of woods and privacy.

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  1. Whittni
    Cute.
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  2. Chickening101
    amazing!
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  3. The Angry Hen
    Hello,

    Beautiful flock!

    I love when Buff Brahma's get that "fluffy gray" feathers coming in!

    -The Angry Hen
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  4. Chicken Girl1
    No, I know she is a pullet. Her comb isn't very red, her coloring is darker, and her legs have a black wash. My BRs always have been bossy/sassy (including hens) in the past so I'm not surprised :).
  5. Cluckcluck1215
    Aww!Adorable!I might know why Sassy is so "sassy"...
    Her comb looks bigger then the rest

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