Friday, May 22, 2009

We Have More Chicks

Hello Everyone,
We had more chicks hatch out and more are hatching right now. Unfortunately some died in the egg because the chicks that had already hatched flipped them over. I believe we have over a hundred chicks - or will when they are done hatching. We are keeping some and selling the rest.
To answer Macy's question we have Black Giant, Cuckoo Maran, Sumatra; Buff, Red, and Black Polish; Modern Swamp Chicken (they have long legs!), B.B Red, Millifluer, Blue Splash, Red Pyle, and Blue Millifluer.

These are the funniest looking ones:

This is a Black Polish (the Polish chickens look like they have hair! It looks funnier when they are older)


This is a Buff Polish (we also have a Red Polish but I don't think we have a picture)
I know, this has nothing to do with Chicks, but I wanted to post it. =)

Goat in a tree..funny! (mom found this picture on Google)

5 comments:

Marissa said...

LOL!! The chicks are so funny! I like there "hair" =D

~Marissa

Macy said...

Aww! They are precious! Thanks for sharing. I've been looking at Rhode Island Reds and Brahmas to start my little flock with, but I need to do some more research first.

Rachel M. said...

The chicks are so cute, Stephanie! Oh, and that goat picture is hilarious! :D

Have a good weekend

Madison said...

Awww!! The chicks are soooo cute! =D

~Madison

Madison said...

Hey Stephanie! Just wanted to let you know, I sent out the invite. =)

~Madison

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