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Playing with Claire.

Since Henry’s arrival, he has enjoyed weeks and weeks of being doted on by sisters, family and neighbors,

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Scooping manure is hard work!
But already (and still less than a month old), he’s no longer the new kid on the farm.
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Can you see what she has tucked under her feathers, right under her chin?

Remember that broody hen? She managed to hatch two eggs so far! I haven’t been able to count just how many eggs she has in her clutch, since all of her fellow hens keep trying to lay more under her, but I suspect she’ll have quite the collection of chicks when all is said and done.

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Looks a lot like their daddy.
They’re sooooo cute!

(And yay for a hen raising them instead of having to keep them inside under a heat lamp!)

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