Some of the chicks I've hatched are from eggs received from Wynette (Olive Eggers and Jersey Giants) and the Olive Eggers are now free ranging with the rest of the flock. Well, not really with ALL of the flock, as the most mature birds make it out to the front yard and into my land-lady's yard, whilst the younger birds tend to stay in the back yard. I get a kick out of seeing younger birds venture into the front yard.... Anyway, the Olive Eggers are still hanging out in the back yard, but they are ALL over it now. It won't be long before they make it around the house to the front. I raised a feed store Black Jersey Giant (bought on impulse as the JGs were hatching, for comparison) and Light Brahma with the OEs - I call them my Gang of Seven. Two of the OEs are cockerels, but maaan it's gonna be hard to consider rehoming 'em. They're really good looking fellas. Unfortunately, I have been unable to get photos of them with their heads up!!!! Here are some of my Gang of Seven photos. This shot is of some of the other "youngster" birds that haven't made it into the front yard with the others on a regular basis, yet. . One OE pullet and one OE roo.