Hello from South Carolina. This is a more than a mouth full. My yard has 20 hens and 3 roosters, Hazel (Cochin, Silky mix), Maryanne( Silky, BB White mix), Sadie (Cochin) ( the old girls between them they are 8-11 years old now), Opal Lu Lu , Pearl, Madeline, Victoria, Blanche, Sophie, Maude, Nells, Reba and Mini-moo (the off spring of the Old Girls and Big Daddy Cletis (RR Red, Barred Rock, White Rock and Buffed Orpington mix). Leon (yes a hen) a friend gave her to me as a week old chick that the school sent home with one of their kids from a school project where the kids get to see the hatching of chicks. I think she may be the one who has finally left me a bluish, greenish small egg and may have Easter Egg in her or all Easter Egg.. I just dont know. Sassafras, hubby calls her Scoop (an off spring of my hen Maryanne and a big white Rooster (Wilbert, better known as Jerry Lee) that rooster I gave my mailman for his hens and later one of my other roosters Clyde, another friend took the third rooster Bubba (all these roosters were off spring of the old girls and Big Daddy Cletis) and all different in looks, coloring and attitude than any of the parents. Then there is Gurtie, Nigel and Regis (Old English BB Red Bantams) I bought from a man who raised many different breeds of Bantams. Wish I could get more now but I understand that he has moved away. He had one he called a Porcelain that I would liked to of had some of. Still looking. Dot-Dot and Honey ( Light Brahmas) Sootie (Black Jersey Giant) that I got this past year as day old hatchlings along with about 40 others that I raised for 3-4 months for a friend. They are two wonderful, gentle and Huge hens and still growing! Phoebe (Blue Sumatura) Beautiful but took almost a year for her to get trusting. I got her when she was almost full grown. Then there are the Peking Ducks, Bab-Boose (lame since hatching) and Miss Quacker, Three of their female off spring that are not named, One male (eunuch) when he was younger he broke his PP and it had to be removed (that is another story) but information about this kind of injury and treatment I found on the Cornell University site. It saved this ducks life since the vets here had not heard of what to do for a broke PP and everyone that I talked to said I had to put him down. I am not one to give up that easy when it comes to the welfare of my animals. It was fast and seemingly painless and seemed to be an instant recovery for him not me. Also 6 other un-named males that are off spring of my two females. The daddy male Peking Double Trouble was snatched up by a bobcat inside my yard this past summer. So now everyone gets locked in at night. Once the ducks are use to the routine it is no problem, but bright and early they are ready to be let out. The male and female ducks I keep in separate yards during the day for obvious reasons. Also in the mix are two 3 year old black Cocker Spaniel brothers who grew up with the chickens and ducks and smell like chickens and ducks on most days except bath day! Everyone free ranges in the yards during the day and will mob you if they think you have a treat or are going to turn the mulch pile and turn up some grubs or worms.