Grandma has so many hens that she lost count of them. They are like her children and they follow her around.
She has to lock the roosters up part of the day so that the hens can do their business.
This one is waiting for her turn to lay her egg, Grandma said that at one time there were 3 hens sitting on the same nest, needless to say how the eggs turned out. It was dark in the hen-house and kind of hard to take a picture.
The weather is still nice and cool, but longer daylight hours so the laying hens lay more eggs than during the winter months.
This is Bo’s latest addition. He thought he got a male and female Guinea Fowls, but it turned out that they are both males.
They do make a lot of noises and can fly pretty high.
This is one of the first few Americana hens that Bo bought last year. She’s too old and doesn’t lay egg anymore.
Rhode Island Red, far from home and just hanging out.