24 eggs! As you can imagine, I have to share with friends and family.
This years Dots are just beautiful as you can see here...
The Dots are fighting over apple cores -
Most people don't realize the gorgeous
feathers that chickens have. Here in front
left is an Ameracuna (blue or green eggs)
and on the right is a Partridge Rock (brown
A Blue Andalusian (white eggs) shows
off her pretty blue colors
The Blue-red Laced Wyandotte (brown eggs)
is going after the lettuce leaf. Greens are a
big deal during the cold months when the
foraging is sparse.
The white with black neck feathers on
left is a Colombian Wyandotte. The
Wyandotte breed are hearty and sweet
|A Black Giant (L) and Ameracuna (R).|
The black hen on the left with the
feathered feet is a Black Copper Marans
who lays the chocolate brown eggs. The
two Blue-red Laced Wyandottes to the right
are also a fairly rare breed in the US.
This Easter Egger with no rump lays
beautiful blue or green eggs too.
On my way to workout on Friday morning
I had to stop to take this frosty morning
picture of the prairie. I am constantly
caught off guard by it's subtle beauty.