It's been a while since I've been online, busy lives. Our little zoo keeps us busy. I keep telling my husband I'm going to get a goat and open a petting zoo. Lol. Our flock started out with 12 chickens and now we are down to 10. Two of our easter eggers didn't make it and I believe the third that remains is in fact a rooster. My dad has a few easter egger hens, so he's HOPING it's a rooster so he can see how breeding them turns out. Buff Orpington? She greets me every morning, even after the food is down she comes up to me to say hello before she goes to eat. They have moved from their little coop to live with the pigs and we have had no more chicken losses. Pearl just thinks she has more babies. The white one is the easter egger I believe may be a rooster. The comb is red, and it's tail feathers are shaped differently and it walks around holding it's tail straight up. He should be happy to have 9 hens to keep up with if it turns out to be a rooster. A picture from last week, he's a little over a week younger than the other chickens, but close to the same size. The little red hen I'm not sure of the breed. Breakfast time this morning. The pig eats their scratch and the leftover greens and vegetable pieces we throw out for the chickens, and the chickens eat the pig food.