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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by HuffleClaw, Jul 21, 2018.
~Egg color (if any): not yet
~Fun facts: Gretchen had a sister, Regina (named after the mean girls in the movie Mean Girls), Regina turned out to be a boy She is the middle of the pecking order but is constantly trying to climb the ladder. She also has a "no touch" rule but will gladly take treats from us.
There is Thelma (BA) and Louise (BR) in the background. Thelma is the top chicken, Louise her second. Gretchen is always challenging Thelma and Thelma has no problem putting her back in line. But a girls gotta try, right?
Here she is with her best buddy, Rosie Rocket. She does like to boss her around but they are buds.
Age: 8 days old
Fun facts: Currently fighting coccidiosis. Everything is all about her and her curious self! She stretches as much as she can and cocks her head to side when intrigued, always watching my every move, appears to be rocking the cat-eye
These are my two Easter Egger roo’s. (We don’t really have names for them we have many different names we call them, mainly “the roosters”) these roo’s were supose to be pullets but we ended up picking out two roo’s. (Sorry I don’t have better pics I just can never go close enough to get good pics
Do Olive Eggers count?
Oh my gosh. Her eyes!!! So beautiful !
Age: 1 year old
Fun fact: Started out a red color as a baby
Nickname: Sissy (yet to be named)
Age: 8 days old
Fun facts: Always the first to eat out of my hand and climb up. A sweet little EE so far! Sloppy eat-eye Can’t wait to see her fully feathered. Here is a baby pic:
I think so too! I’m curious to know if she will have any definition of it when older. Love this thread!
This is my kind of thread, I love EE's! Here are my three EE hens and EE cockerel that came from a hatchery as chicks. The hens lay pale blue green eggs. They are all 10 mos old. Recently, I hatched 4 of their eggs and these are their chicks (two sets of photos for the chicks)! They are 5 weeks old.