Meet Lacy, so named because she has a delicate spray of lacy feathers over her shoulders.
When I first brought our little flock home a mere 4 weeks ago, they all looked like little yellow balls of fluff. Now that they're older and their feathers have begun to appear, I'm beginning to be able to differentiate between them.
One of her sisters has similar colouring - rust coloured breast and white back and tail feathers. Lacy's shoulder markings are more defined and she has a distinguishing dot on her right side.
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