I still have one very broody hen, but that's a story for another day.
Here are a few recent photos of some of the young chickens, with Molly thrown in the mix. Molly doesn't bother the chickens, but one or two of the little 2-pounders like to peck at the big 65 lb chicken that dares to enter their domain.
Molly, oblivious to the fowl play behind her
Molly coming out of the run, with Herman waiting to get past the sentry.
Nice shot of Herman's plumage. He's getting more handsome every day.
(He's going to be a red-neck.)
Lurch up top with some of the girls. He's lost all but one of his pretty tail feathers.
My friend Angie wrote a great piece about how to rid your chickens of parasites naturally. I've not had any noticeable problems with worms in my chickens, but there's no harm in using the method she describes, so I may do it anyway. If you'd rather use natural, organic methods to control parasites in your flock, read Angie's post.