I haven't posted pictures for quite some time, and wanted to share my expanded flock. We moved to the country, and have been hatching left and right.Olive's babies are now 6 weeks old! She is letting go of them, but sometimes I catch them enjoying quality time.This one is definitely a rooster. No doubt in my mind!Inside the barn in the brooder we have: 10 silkies 16 barred babies (7 being barred rocks, 4 cochin x br, 2 SLW x BR, 2 Delaware x BR, 1 RSL x BR) 10 Naked Neck Turken chicks and 2 Buff Toulouse!Here is one of the two Delaware x BR - Actually has really nice barring. I can tell this one is from my Delware hen because we watched it hatch out of her egg (very easy to know her eggs - they are really dark) - and the head colouring is very obvious on this chick.We have maybe 3 silver coloured silkie chicks2 white silkie chicks1 blue (?) silkie chick1 blue sizzle chickWell I guess you can see all the colours here.Really, couldn't you just die? No.. Don't die yet.. You haven't seen the naked necksThey make me smileAnd laughI bought them from Jamie Carson - He is a very reputable breeder - poultry judge. http://nsac.ca/alumni/profiles/2007/May/Jamie.asp He bred the green egg gene into these NN some five years ago. I can't wait!They are just so cute! lolDon't even get me started on the Buff Toulouse I got from him. I am in love. I really want to imprint on them, and it's going well so far. They enjoy being cuddled and do not run at all when I pet them. This is TillyAnd Rosa (upfront) Tilly is behind her.At this point I realized I left the barn door open.. Jagger helped his girls to Clementine's bed. - Clem is our LGD puppy - growing like a weed!Right now she is being tied up.. She likes to run awayHe's too sexy for his feathers.One of the barred rock chicks came to check out what all the fuss was about in the barn.One of the boys (?) followed.My unknown gender - could be either. Hoping pulletSkittles GigiFernWillowStanleyDenny - the head henGeorge (the sizzle) has the hots for Honey (cochin)Rejected!The girls love JaggerGeorgeYou'd think we lacked nesting boxes.. Right now we have two broody silkies - so after this next hatch, we won't have anymore silkie eggs to hatchThanks for looking!