Do you remember those cute, fluffy little chicks we had a while ago? Well, they grew from this…
We have five or so laying. One of the pullets lays double-yolkers, so there are two yolks inside the shell, but they are small.
In the picture of the chicks when they were tiny, you saw one with a black spot, right? I named her black spot. She still has it!
One of our neighbors knows how to tell male or female when chicks are tiny. Look at the wing. If the wing has feathers all the same length, it’s a male. If the feathers go in the pattern big short big short, it’s a female. And if it has feathers, it’s a chick. Haha! We’ll have to try this sometime to see if it works.