We've got the two flocks separated now into two brooders. They have already grown so much! It's interesting to see how the two breeds interact differently with us. The dark ones, our egg layers (Barred Plymouth Rocks), are quite sociable. If you stick a hand into their brooder, they run up to it to see what will happen. The yellow ones, the broilers, scatter.
Here's the first close-up encounter between Zoralee and Henlee this morning. Get it? Hen. Henlee, like Zoralee. And actually, this one may not keep the name Henlee. I want the chicken who is most like Zoralee to get that name, and this one is way too laidback.