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Have you met the Miller Flock?  If not, here they are…

Buttercup-  She’s the queen of the flock.  She’s an easter egger.  She’s 3 years old.

Grace-  She is second in line.  And she’s always on guard.  Grace is a barn mix.  I believe she’s mixed with the dominique breed.  She’s BFF’s with Buttercup.  They do everything together.  Grace will even check on Buttercup when she’s laying an egg.  She’s 3 too.

Molly- She’s 3rd in rank.  She’s my favorite because she loves to be held and carried around the yard.  She’s also smaller than all my girls.  She’s a barn mix with easter egger because she has a little beard.  She’s 3!

Pippi- She’s the youngest.  She will be 2 this summer.  Pippi is Buttercup’s adopted daughter.  Buttercup went Broody and sat on eggs for 21 days and Pippi is one of the hatchlings.  Pippi is very nervous.  Doesn’t like to be touched.  But if you’re able to get her she does like to be held after she’s calmed down.  haha  She’s also an easter egger.  And she’s very pretty.

I love your feathered babies and they can be featured too!

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