We are having a busy spring! We've just added 2 dozen chicks to our existing 13 member flock. Our flock free ranges during the day and has a coop in our outbuilding for night and foul weather. Our flock includes a variety of easter eggers, barred rock, leghorns, australorps, wyandottes, Isa browns, buff orpingtons, brahmas and 1 Red Dorking roo named Dexter. We've had turkeys in the past and they were very fun.
Cheesecake (leghorn) and Gonzo (Silver laced Wyandotte out by the garden.
Cheesecake (leghorn) and Gonzo (Silver laced Wyandotte roosting in a willow tree.
Sophie, an easter egger, has the sweetest personality.
Ellie, silverlaced wing wyandotte is about a year old.
Isabelle (easter egger) and Lucy (australorp) hanging out in the coop on a sunny winter day. Isabelle actually has a crooked tail.
Isabelle and Cheesecake this spring.
Winter doesn't slow Cheesecake (leghorn) down.
Four of this year's new checks, 1 leghorn and 3 easter eggers.
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2 Australorp and 1 Easteregger chicks.
Fuzzy Easter Egger chick about 1 month old.
Nosey Rosey is extremely friendly and bold.
Big Tom and Trixie our bronze breasted turkeys.
Dexter, our Dorking rooster is a vigilant guardian and a gentleman with the girls. I couldn't ask for a better roo.
Our Brahma Girl and Sweet Cheeks, an Easter Egger, are frequently seen together.
Our new pair of Brahmas, Rooster Boy and Brahma Girl. They are quite energetic and Rooster Boy runs like a line backer.
Lily, one of our new Wyandotte pullets is shy, but very calm and sweet.
Another pic of the Dynamic Duo, Sweet Cheeks and Brahma Girl.
Trudy, our barred rock pullet is a an excellent forager and always out and about.
Cocoa, an Easter Egger pullet keeps close to the coop.