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I'm White a baby Silkie chicken and I'm just about 4 weeks old

I'm White a baby Silkie chicken and I'm just about 4 weeks old

Blue, our Blue Cochin Chicken at 4 weeks

Blue, our Blue Cochin Chicken at 4 weeks

Crazy Daisy is slightly more naked than Uma still... she's Melvin's Red Frizzle chicken.

Crazy Daisy is slightly more naked than Uma still. she's Melvin's Red Frizzle chicken.

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Hi, My name is Rocky and I'm the best egglayer in the bunch! I'm a Silkie with odd coloring, I have a golden cape and my body is dark brown... I'm a broody hen. (My daddy named me Rocky after the film when I was pecked by the other chicken and my parents had to patch me up "in my corner of the ring", then send me back into the game...

Hi, My name is Rocky and I'm the best egglayer in the bunch! I'm a Silkie with odd coloring, I have a golden cape and my body is dark brown... I'm a broody hen. (My daddy named me Rocky after the film when I was pecked by the other chicken and my parents had to patch me up "in my corner of the ring", then send me back into the game...

This is fun! Mom put a whole mess load of stuff into our coop to amuse us, and boy, she succeeded!

This is fun! Mom put a whole mess load of stuff into our coop to amuse us, and boy, she succeeded!

We're still all the same size in this picture, it wouldn't be long before the Cochins and the Easter Eggers double in size from the Silkies. Silkies are 5lbs when grown, Cochins are more than double that!

We're still all the same size in this picture, it wouldn't be long before the Cochins and the Easter Eggers double in size from the Silkies. Silkies are when grown, Cochins are more than double that!

Oliver's 4 week little chickie Uma. She's a white Frizzle, meaning, the feathers all grow forward instead of backwards and have a funny, skinny bent shape.

Oliver's 4 week little chickie Uma. She's a white Frizzle, meaning, the feathers all grow forward instead of backwards and have a funny, skinny bent shape.

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"When I look outside at my yard, I see not just chickens but the beginning of a journey dedicated to sustainability and an avatar for a better, simpler life." -Jenna Woginrich Or Miss Eff's life.

what chicks?!?! too funny backyard chickens.

Baby chicks know where to go if things get scary. That's right - straight under mama's protective wings! Mother hens are every bit as fierce in guarding their babies as any mother grizzly.

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