The first type of chicken we got was a type of chicken that doesn’t usually lay eggs and such but it will hatch and take care of any kind of egg-laying creature. Recently we got some new chickens that were some Easter Eggers and some other types that I can’t remember the names of.
And here are some pictures:
She’s an Easter Egger, and there are two different colors of them. There is darker brown and lighter brown, which this one is. The darker brown also has a black stripe through the middle of it. The lighter brown usually has a darkish brown stripe through it. Easter Eggers are one of the kinds of chickens that can actually fly.
This is the darker Easter Egger. And now Everett’s about to talk:
“His name is Stripe, and he likes to go to sleep a lot of times. And he can fly.”
And here’s a video of Everett and his chicken:
(He doesn’t really fly. Only once they grow up.)
She doesn’t have a name yet. The Rhode Island Red will lay eight eggs a week. She’s the oldest.
It’s really blonde. She’s going to be an egg-layer like all of the others.
We also have two barred rocks, and they’re sort of black and white, and THE CLAWS! I was holding a chicken just then and when I was writing this, she was sticking her claws in my skin.