We have had several recent additions to our farm. They are all very exciting ones! The first is a Frizzle rock rooster. He is out of a white frizzle rooster and a barred rock hen. He came out kinda crele colored with mahogany colors on his neck and black and white barred on his body and he's frizzled! His name is Louisiana.
Then there is Flip, don't you just love his name? He is a giant cochin coronation frizzle. What a mouthful! He is only 2 months old and still has plenty of growing to do. He will be part of my giant cochin breeding flocks when he grows up.
The last but certainly not least is the addition of a pair of Sicilian buttercups. I started this pair and gave them to a friend a year ago. Now she is moving and has graciously given them back to me. YAY! I don't have any pictures of them yet as they are quite flighty and shy right now. But they are adult and laying age, so I will have hatching eggs from them very soon. The buttercup breed is very unique because of it's unusual comb. It is in the shape of a crown or flower. Here is a pic off the internet to give you the idea.