The chickens and guineas are getting big. Here is our lone Rhode Island Red (Lucy) eating out of a tray with a Lavender and a Royal Guinea.
Even though Lucy is younger than the Golden Wyandottes she is the same size.
Our lone White Guinea, she too is younger than the rest. We have no idea how to tell if a Guineas is male or female, they all look the same so far.
One of the Lavender Guineas. The Guineas have not started to make much noise yet, maybe they won’t?
All the fowl like the wood chips, they dig out foxholes and lay in the sun.
A couple of the Wyandotte’s by a hole they dug, heck, everyone is doing it.