Well the chicks have grown and now we can definitely tell the hens from the Roos. Right now we still have 4 Roos along with the 5 hens. Since they are now almost 4 months old, three of the roos will be gone soon. The one pictured below is Chester. I am keeping him.
He just began crowing within the last couple of weeks. was barely audible at first but he is getting louder!
Having a snack of watermelon
So far they really like the watermelon, fresh blackberries ( I pick them fresh for them. They also enjoy corn on the cob and really big "juicy" grubs.
I find it very comical to watch
them go after flies, crickets and
[FONT=comic sans ms,sand]whatever insect stays into the coop. [/FONT]
[FONT=comic sans ms,sand]Hester (Queen of the House) [/FONT]
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I can hardly wait for the hens to start laying eggs! which was my whole reason to get them in the beginning
Hey! Move over make room for me!
Miss Sadie ( the only hen this color)