Tell me about your chickens! (and other chicken related stuff)

Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by PastaChickenBoo, May 24, 2017.

  1. PastaChickenBoo

    PastaChickenBoo Chillin' With My Peeps

    Mar 11, 2017
    Bethesda, MD
    (I really do hope this is in the right thread...)
    Do as the title says...
    I'll go first.
    Number of chooks: 5
    Breeds of chooks: RIR, Ameraucana, Barred Rock, Light Brahma, SLW
    Names: Cherry, Stripes, Louise, Stars, Sterling
    Ages of chooks: Pullets, about 10 or so weeks
    Coop type: Commercial but soon-to-be homemade
    Bedding type: 1 part aspen shavings to 1 part wood ash (soon will be pine pellets)
    You don't have to answer all of the questions if you want to.
    (To admin...if this is in the wrong section please do move it immediately...sorry if it is.)
  2. Boone Farm

    Boone Farm Chillin' With My Peeps

    May 23, 2017
    Number of chickens: 3
    Breeds: 2 Barred Plymouth Rocks and 1 Rhode Island Red
    Names: Salt, Pepper, and Tonys
    Coop Type: Amazon purchase. Small but I let my birds free-range
    Ages of Chicks: 19 weeks
    Bedding Type: pine shavings.
  3. MageofMist

    MageofMist Chillin' With My Peeps

    Dec 9, 2016
    Number of Chickens: 7
    Breeds: Silkies.
    Names: Pinky (rooster, aka marshmallow) Perky (hen), both named by my dad. There is also the chicks, Peep-Peep, Vanilla and Cloud, the other 4 I am waiting for the genders to show fully for the names.
    Coop Type: My house, which they mostly free roam and have free access to outside during the day after 8 am, 11 am if on a Sunday.
    Ages of Chicks: The hen is about 12 months old, and the rooster is about 20 months old. The chicks are about 2 months old and were hatched here.
    Bedding type: Tiles, carpet, concrete, dirt, grass... My lap... Anything they walk and sleep on.
    Bonus info: Hen has gone broody again, so the lonely rooster is laying on my lap with the chicks, being an adorable marshmallow. He is stand-offish when his hen is out and about, but when she is laying an egg or being broody, he turns into the biggest softie ever, following me about and letting me pet and hold him.
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