Say Hello to Bay:
My name is Watermelon. I am a 5 year old Ameraucana. I love to peck the ground and snuggle in the soft dirt under the rabbit hutch.
This is Thunder one of (2) 5 year old Anconas. You can tell her from her sister because she has less white on her.
Here is Thunder with her sister Lightning. Lightning likes to roost in high places. If you sit still long enough, she will find a nice spot on your head.
Meet Sparkles. She is a 3 year old red Sexlink. She is very outgoing and is always the first to eat mealworms right out of your hand.
This is Eagle. Our other 5 year old Americauna. She also eats easily out of your hand, especially if you have mealworms!
This is our Silkie, Tabitha. We’re not quite sure how old she is. She came from a family member with 4 other hens. She is the only one left from that flock. We’ve had her about 4 or 5 years. She is also our smallest hen and she lays small white eggs.
Meet Princess. She is one of 3 black Jersey Giants we started with 5 years ago. Our local pizza guy wanted some chickens to start with so we agreed to sell him one of them with a warning that she would be unhappy all alone. Before the week was up, he took one of her sisters too so she would have company. THis is not the best photo of her, she was molting at the time so was a bit naked before the cooler weather hit.
I couldn’t resist showing you a photo of our handsome rooster, Popcorn. We had no idea until he started crowing. Looking back he was very protective of the girls. Never aggressive, but he would always roost up high and watch over the girls when I came in the coop to give them a treat. We found him a good home with other animals the very next town over and we hope he is happy there.