Flock Focus Friday 6/13/14

Lola is a Columbian Wyandotte.

This week alternated between rainy and sunny, which has been great for the flowers and for the puddle drinkers in the flock. I have been busy offline chatting with two new sponsors that I’ll be introducing to you soon- I know you’re going to be excited about their products!

Broody Silkie hen.

Freida went broody this week, so I set her up in the maternity ward. I put the eggs in the makeshift nest box for her and she literally wasted no time thinking about it and walked right in immediately to keep them warm! Best broody mom ever.

Rachel, Bantam Cochin Frizzle hen

Blaze (Black Copper Marans) & Rachel, (Bantam Cochin Frizzle) the Royal Couple.

Calista Flockheart is a Tolbunt Polish Frizzle hen.

Calista Flockheart (Tolbunt Polish Frizzle) continues her snail-paced molt, but she is making progress, so hopefully she’ll be back to supermodel form before summer is over.

Dorking pair.

My P. Allen Smithlings are getting ginormous! These two are a Dorkings pair. Can you tell which one is the cockerel? Besides the fact that he’s sleeping in the middle of a crowd, if you read my article on sexing chickens this week, you’ll notice some obvious physical features that distinguish him from her.

Serama cockerel.
Caesar (Serama)
Blaze, Ally McBeak & Rachel

Wake up and get your Friday ON!
Friday the 13th? Good luck with THAT.
Help! I've fallen and I can't get up!
You had me at "coffee."
I would have slept longer, but I didn't want my coffee to get lonely.
It's Monday, LET'S DO THIS- Coffee...set...GO!
She's back! Everyone...act natural.
Deja BREW!
Flock Focus Friday with The Chicken Chick
Does it LOOK like I've had my coffee? ...then WHY are you still talking?
Excuse me?!
Kathy Shea Mormino, The Chicken Chick®
Thanks for visiting and have a great week!
Rachel Divider

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Tricia Edwards Blevins
Tricia Edwards Blevins
7 years ago

We would love to try this.

7 years ago

If it helps, our rooster is a barred rock around four months old.

7 years ago

This isn't related to the post, but our young rooster started attacking me and my family. What should I do? He pecked my mom and I, which left dents in our hands, and recently, he scratched my sister hard enough and her hand bled.
I've read that if he is young, this might be boundary testing but we don't want to keep a rooster that attacks us.

Karl Heilemann
Karl Heilemann
7 years ago

this would be great for the new coop!

Vicki Farley Brown
Vicki Farley Brown
7 years ago

I buy it, but would love to win it, too!