Thursday, March 10, 2011

Baby Chicks

All the chicks seem to be enjoying the new hangout.

7 comments:

Lacey said...

How many will you have for sale? And how much are they?

Thanks :)

Mike said...

Hi Lacey. We actually haven't hatched any of our own since the interest wasn't very high this year. How many would you like? We can hatch you as many as you want. We usually charge 2.50 a piece for day old babies. Let me know what you think.

Mr. H. said...

Bob is adorable.:)

Lacey said...

Well, I think I'd like around 13, but won't know for sure until the Valley passes the ordinance (fingers crossed). I've heard that Rhode Island Red's are noisy...is that true?

Mike said...

Let me know. Any time this spring or summer we can hatch for you. If you wanted to come pick the types of chickens you want. We can try to select out their eggs for hatching.

As for the rhode island reds...... They can be loud, as with chickens in general. Some just like to talk a lot. We don't mind though. It's a nice sound. It varies even within the breeds. Some chickens are just talkative.

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