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The Law Bun— We got them for eggs and because we really like chickens. We have 45 so should get about 12 dozen eggs a week in their younger years. I am more attached to my Salmon Faverolles (Luca, Calla, Ash, Mae, Edna, Niall, Cassia) and our Golden Cuckoo Marans (they are my older sister’s and she hasn’t named them. Although I nicknamed the rooster, the one laying down “Nanny”) and Henrietta. I’m not sure about if they can learn names. Maybe if you only had a couple and you frequently used their names, but I bet you could. Chickens poop where they want. The more time you spend with them and the breed the friendlier they will be. Our Faverolles and Marans and Henrietta are a few weeks older so we spent more time holding them ect. and feeding them treats so they are more confident and will come up to you looking for treats. And they won’t run away from you if you want to pick them up like the little ones. Ask away!