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πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸŽ£ Red πŸ“·πŸ”¬ 11h
I've got two hens in full molt, now; summer is O-VER (yay!). ;)
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Kendra Fox Silver Jul 16
Proof that sometimes, just sometimes, they all like each other.
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ballparkResident Jul 16
These my girls Thelma & Louise
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Homestead Wishing 11h
If your looking to build a chicken coop, you can get some inspiration here...
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Susannah Charleson 19h
Rachel doesn't like your tone.
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Nikki Huxoll Jul 16
Private pile for Precious
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The High Heeled Homesteader Jul 13
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Kendra Fox Silver Jul 16
Month-old silver grey dorking feathers.
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lisa jean🐸 Jul 10
also pretty sure my jersey giant girl is broody. which means daily dinosaur in the nest box.
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Chris M Johnson 23h
I call this one "Chickens eating lettuce"
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Kendra Fox Silver Jul 11
Little Cherub doesn't quite trust the camera lense yet.
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Rebel Hens PG Jul 13
I sometimes wonder if the hold it against me when I step on their feet as I pick raspberries, the same way they resent me because of rain. β˜”οΈπŸ€”
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Ben Sully 20h
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brucemuirhead Jul 15
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Cristina Eldridge 23h
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Laurel Regnier Jul 16
Raptor or chicken? Who can tell the difference? @ Lexington, Kentucky
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Meyer Hatchery Jul 13
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π’₯π‘œ Jul 9
We got this year and my girls (7, 9) named one Carol after seeing kick all kinds of ass as . The name is fitting. This chicken doesn’t have anything to prove to anyone.
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Cristina Eldridge 15h
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Greenfire Farms 17h
A beautiful Pita Pinta Asturiana hen. Just a few short weeks before this Spanish breed will be released.
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