These are the girls! They're 1.5 years old, I got them from a nice lady off Craig's List. They're just hatchery girls, but they're friendly and pretty and I'm so excited! I brought them home in dog crates, and they seem to be adjusting to their new coop quite well. They appear healthy except that one of the girls is missing some feathers around her vent, and another has a few misplaced ones on her head. I'm not sure whether this is anything to worry about; I think they were a bit crowded in their previous home (I'd say they had 2-3 sf inside each, and 4-5 in a pen outside). The lady I got them from had quite the little farm operation, and all the animals and their pens looked clean and well-kept, but I do think these girls will enjoy having some more space. They have 9 sf each inside, here, a covered outdoor area of about the same size, and 1/4 acres to free-range in. Anyway, here are the pictures! The coop (sorry for the mess, still working on that): The whole flock: The Brahma, who I think is a very pretty girl: Sadie, a Buff Orpington, so far the bravest of the bunch: Rosa, a Red Star, also very inquisitive and not-skittish: She's the one missing some butt-feathers. Doesn't look infected or like there are mites or anything, just missing feathers. Should I freak out? Cuckcoo Maran, the least friendly of the bunch according to the previous owner: This is the girl who's missing a few face feathers. Can you see it in this photo? Also, I can't remember what breed she's supposed to be. Splash something. Any ideas? You can see her whole body on the left of this photo: Anyway, there they are! They're staying cooped up for a few days to aclimate, then into the covered area once I get it predator-proof (by Tues, I'd guess) and then they can free-range. Wish me luck!