The last of our sitting hens only hatched two of the eggs in her clutch. She’s bringing them out of her coop now and they’re pretty little fluff balls.
You can’t tell from these photos, but both of these chicks have feathered legs making it probably that they are offspring of Elvis, our buff Cochin rooster.
The four chicks hatched a few weeks earlier than these are growing fast. They like eating out of my hand.
Meanwhile we’re brooding a couple dozen Barred Rock chicks, which we didn’t hatch here, in a barn stall.
It’s nice to have so many babies on the farm these days.