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Baby "Buckeye" pullets. Mahogany red in color, friendly disposition, active foragers, good layers, hardy. Love 'em.

Mahogany red in color, friendly disposition, active foragers, good layers, hardy. Only chicken developed completely by a woman.

An adorable Rhode Island Red--our other babies will look like her

An adorable Rhode Island Red--our other babies will look like her

You can always tell an Easter egger chick by the poufy feathers on their "cheeks". Legs most times have a greenish tint.

I hope mine hatch and look like this! You can always tell an Easter egger chick by the poufy feathers on their "cheeks". Legs most times have a greenish tint.

Rhode Island Red.  An American breed developed in the middle of the 19th century in pursuit of creating the truly dual purpose chicken. Many, many years of selective breeding for egg production and size finally resulted in the rhode island red.A fantastic all rounder – great dual purpose heavy breed that makes a great table bird as well as a reliable layer of brown eggs.  The ideal beginners bird: robust, friendly and calm birds and make productive backyard chickens

An American breed developed in the middle of the century in pursuit of creating the truly dual purpose chicken. Many, many years of selective breeding for egg production and size finally resulted in the rhode island red.

Amor de Madre

💖✨💖 Momma Hen protecting her baby chick. Just beautiful.

Chicken coop that you rotate from one raised bed to the next, allowing regrowth and garden rotation as well. Clever

Movable chicken coop that fits over garden beds and can be rotated rubowhappenings: The Gypsy Wagon

The Chicken Chick®: My Favorite Photos of Baby Chicks

My Favorite Photos of Baby Chicks

Speckled Sussex -- We have one chick right now and she is so sweet!

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