Hi Bob, yes that female pictured above is my bird, from Matt, Mohawk line. I think she is one of the better ones I have, so I have her in a pen by herself so I can collect her eggs and mark them as hers. The other hens are in one big pen with the male. I had a lot of trouble with these hens picking the feathers on the backs of the other hens---I think they weren't getting enough protein in the 17% layer pellet since Matt wasn't having that problem and mine are brother-sister to his birds. I boosted up the protein and I don't see as much of that behavior, but I think some of them got in the habit. I put the male in the pen, he was in great show condition, perfect tail. Now it is all ratty looking from the hens picking it and his back feathers are too. I don't know what else I can do to stop that picking, I even put peepers on some of them and it made no difference. Bob I saw your other post about your garden. If you really want raspberries, try the variety called Dormanred. I got some plants from Womack Nursery in Texas and they produced here in the desert heat! I even had enough one year to make pies. If they can take our heat, they will produce in Alabama. Said to be the only raspberry variety that can withstand southern heat.