True to her word, a couple days later her husband presented us with 6 new chickens. I now have the most interesting flock I have ever seen. In addition to my two Barred Rock hens that I already had, I now have two Turken hens, a Turken rooster, a Banty rooster, and two little hens that I'm not quite sure of the breed.
The little brown hen is just the cutest little thing. She looks more like she has fur than feathers.
My egg cartons are more colorful too.
I get 2 to 3 eggs a day. I'm pretty sure that my Barred Rock hens are alternating days because there is a distinct difference in the shades of brown. At least 2 of the new hens are laying too.
One produces a tiny blue egg. I'm betting that it's the little brown fluff ball.
I'm very glad that this was resolved to peaceably and that we are still friends with the neighbors. I can imagine the turmoil that would have ensued if I had shot their dog or run over there screaming and threatening. While I still wish it hadn't happened, the new chickens are kinda growing on me.