These are my chickens eating yoghurt off a newly planted tree stump! I realised yesterday just how much they love yoghurt. I tried the scrambled eggs today but they didn't appreciate the treat. Think perhaps they are too young. However my Bantams crosses enjoyed them very much. The white bird is a female broiler, and I'm unsure what the brown one is but he is a rooster. Shame, I want to keep the Broiler as she has the most personality. Hens really are lovely to give attention to. She'll stand there and wait for me to de-hul a sunflower seed and then she gets so excited when I pass them to her she pecks to hard and it pings off into the grass! She also like a rub on her beak for a short time. It will be time to process her by Christmas but I'm not sure she'll be big enough. I'll be sad to see her go. Apparently they say if you keep broilers they will have a heart attack because they get so big so quick and their growth rate puts pressure on their organs. I have fed her starter chick feed but then all natural produce - will this still be the case I wonder? My Husband will kill me if I keep her (or try to). She is the one who first discovered dust bathing. She is the one who realised that you can de hul a sunflower seed (or she realised that when I do the insides are yummy). She is also the one with the most courage and she is also the one that thought my god daughters toes were maggots (much to my god daughters dismay). Her name is Noel and I think I love her too much to let her go. Three of them wait on a perch looking at my bedroom window in the morning waiting for me to get up. Its such a good feeling to see them waiting for you and happy to see you and which goodies you have for them. I had never thought of keeping chickens this way, I had no idea they would give so much back to the family. The coop is now a place for the family to gather, have a cup o tea and chat. Everybody loves them and they have become a part of the family. If it storms at night I lay awake worrying about them and then when I wake I jump put of bed to check they're ok. My three Bantams are rescues and don't like me as much but I'm working on them. I know nothing about them but I get the feeling they are old enough to start laying. I love my chickens!