I don't take lots of pics of my older girls, the original girls, much anymore. They are 2 yrs old and consist of 2 Buff Orps, 3 RIRs and 3 Silver Laced Wyandottes, one with a single comb, plus the BR girls, Lexie and Ivy, who are a couple months younger. Many of them are coming out of their molt, some are still in it (poor naked Lexie!) and some are coated with that tenacious Georgia red clay dirt in their white feathers. After my 10 originals, I have the three Poufy-Head Sisters, Meg the RIR/Buff Orp cross and two younger Barred Rock girls, Becca and Amanda, who are about to turn a year old on February 1. These comprise my wonderful laying flock. I love my girls! They are the best, full of personality, each unique and every one a fantastic layer, even goofy defective RIR Rosemary. I still have all of the ones I started with, raised from a couple of days old, a miracle considering this predator-dense area. So, here are the girls today, old and younger, too. Excuse the red dirt and poor plucked Hawkeye-Olivia thinks his saddle area is her personal buffet so he looks quite bedraggled.