Alright so I went to see my Easter Egger cockerel who I gave to a great lady in Folsom. I brought her Spade, because that is the Wyandotte everybody, myself included, believe to be a boy. The lady wanted a Wyandotte cockerel/rooster so when I brought Spade she was VERY happy and is certain he is a boy as well. So we had a wonderful lunch and I saw these BEAUTIFUL hens she had, called Dark Brahma's. They have beautiful color and patterns. She offered me one, a trade for Spade the Wyandotte cockerel. She had a pullet about 5 months old or so, close to laying who was caring for the younger chicks. I got her. She is in with my 10 week old Wyandottes now, and she LOVES them. Treats them like her own chicks it is so cute. So, I left with one less chicken, and returned with a nearly grown pullet. LOL!!! I still have my limit of 6, but I was thinking I would have 5 hens and be happy with that. I couldn't say no to this beautiful bird though, she is TOO sweet and friendly for me to have passed up. The lady bred and raised her herself, so she is my first non hatchery bird. I will post pictures as soon as I get them uploaded! She is SO pretty!! Now I have to read up on Brahma's lol! Here are some pictures from my day at the ranch. Pippin is the Easter Egger cockerel I raised and he has a wonderful harem now. Pippin: And here is my beautiful new girl, Monica!