We thought we had lost one of our Rhode Island Red hens, but I guess she was hiding to “take care of business”, and came back from hiding with six tiny little baby chicks.
Our chickens are totally free range, and it is very easy for any of them to hide in the brush if they want to.
Our first set of “new live” has been born on our property.
More to come, since we are bring two new roosters to our property today…
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