This Buff Orpington Mama only had four or five eggs, and it looks as though two hatched.
At least that's all I've seen so far because they tend to hide under Mama when I come near.
The hardest part is keeping the adult hens out of the brooder area because I have yet to build something more permanent than a temporary barrier of hardware cloth. Thankfully, they're only interested in food, and not in giving the chicks a hard time.
And our first baby chick? Growing up.
Baby Chicks, 2nd Batch © June 2014