Fresh from the egg! As I type this on April 25, twelve chicks have hatched. They're in the tiny indoors brooder for a couple of days while they learn to regulate their internal temperature (so you might not see much of them since they're hiding under the brooder staying warm). We'll move them to the outdoor brooder before long, at which point, they'll be more photogenic. To read more about our chicks, visit our blog.
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