Peer Group Pressure

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Normal sized egg from Willow on the left…. then TWO ‘training wheels’ eggs. Lizzie has joined Jane in the egg laying sisterhood. We had 4 eggs yesterday.

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Lizzie was very talkative this afternoon when I got home. I heard all about her new experience.

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Jane’s laid 2 or 3 eggs now. It’s routine for her now. She was more interested in getting stuck into the weeds in the veggie garden.

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Evan4’s babies are now 8 weeks old (I think). Isn’t Hazel pretty?

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Pudgy was well named. She’s ENORMOUS. She also has a hole in the webbing on one of her feet. Weird.

In the background you can see the ‘whiskers’ that Denday has on her cheeks. She looks a bit like an old man.

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Denday is also growing… and leaping at Pudgy a lot. This is what the rooster chicks did when David2 was raising them. I’m hoping she’s just very bossy.

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“What are you looking at?”

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8 Responses to Peer Group Pressure

  1. Jayne says:

    I see, written in the stars, that there is a great deal of quiche and omelettes in your near future…

  2. Urspo says:

    these look to be amazing chickens.

  3. river says:

    Four eggs!! I smell sponge cake….

    The chooks are all looking remarkably pretty.

  4. Your gold wyandotte is outrageously beautiful.

    I think my girls are a little younger than yours. They’re not as large or as red in the combs yet.

    That said, I am checking on the hour….

  5. libby says:

    oh my they are purty little chookies!! you got some cracking photos of them. my friend has 3 chooks and loves to see how yours are all growing up

  6. Ellen says:

    What is the collective noun for a group of hens – is it a clutch? Whatever it is, they do make a pretty little gathering.

  7. di says:

    Gorgeous! All of my mum’s chooks are the same red-brown colour. I love that yours are all different- especially Hazel and Pudgy’s multicolours.

  8. victoria says:

    Hazel is most beautiful.

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