My leopard frog cohort of 2011 is dispersing from ponds in pasture. They are everywhere. Free ranging game rooster and hen were out catching grasshoppers for chicks. Rooster donates a large part of what he catches to hen and chicks. Sometimes catch is taken by hen then transferred, sometimes transfer directly from rooster to chicks. Both adults, but hen in particular, puts consideralble effort into catching leopard froglets they catch near tall fescue and puddles. Hen catches almost every one she jumps. The froglets are quickly dispatched and offered to chicks that are just over 14-days post-hatch. A chick will then run about with froglet that is nearly as large as its head. Chicks not yet able to swallow such an item whole so when bittie runs close to either hen or rooster, the adult snatches item away and begins to dismemember it before giving it to chicks again. Process repeated several times until froglet carcass broken up and consumed.