Pretty, 4 year hens re home NoCal.

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First up we have Paisley, who is 3 years 10 months. She is a partridge rock.
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Next we have Lucy. She is the same age as Paisley. She is a Silver Laced Wyandotte
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We have one more hen we might be getting rid of but I won't be posting her here yet. We also have a gorgeous white Yokohama rooster if anyone is interested.
 

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First up we have Paisley, who is 3 years 10 months. She is a partridge rock. View attachment 1979461View attachment 1979462View attachment 1979463
Next we have Lucy. She is the same age as Paisley. She is a Silver Laced Wyandotte View attachment 1979470 View attachment 1979483
We have one more hen we might be getting rid of but I won't be posting her here yet. We also have a gorgeous white Yokohama rooster if anyone is interested.
There are many glitches with my post. At first, it was just the sketch and then when I tried to fix it, it became many things. So I yeah.
 

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My girl friend gave me hens when she moved, they are older than yours and still laying.
Mine lay occasionally. It's pretty rare though. They used to lay a lot and I think they ran themselves dry. Except for breeze she hardly ever lays In the past couple years we get maybe a dozen each. We had one that was 10 and still laid right up till she died.
 

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The older hens I mentioned thought they were done spitting out eggs also, all summer I didn't get any, but when the young hens I got last spring started to produce, they did also,like they remembered, I can tell the old lady hen eggs from the young ladies because the older ladies lay green eggs.

Younger hens can really charge up the bitties.
 
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I’m just getting rid of the old ones don’t really lay anymore. I still have a couple who do.
 
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