I can't wait to get them out of the brooder. Hubby too. He keeps asking when we can put them outside. You see he has flashbacks of a first grade class he was in that raised chicks but never cleaned the brooder and he said the smell was terrible. Every day he had to sit in that class and smell chicken smell. So he is a bit paranoid about chicken smell. I am here to tell you I clean out my brooder. But it is time. This weekend it is suppose to be nice so out into the coop they go, ready or not. No really, they are ready. All feathered out and no heat on them anymore.
Here are some pictures of the girls...
A few green legged gals and a Wyandotte
Ramona the Brave, the Red Star future egg laying machine
Powdery gray Americauna
Three's a crowd.......
No modeling hands available. Had to use my old farmer girl's hand.