Oh, wow! That is so pretty! If you have a roo you will have fertilized eggs. We do not have a roo, so we do not have to worry. But, our hens don't free range, they are safe in a run.
We looked at a farm yesterday. It is a vet, church and 2 houses from my brother's farm. The other way it is 8 houses to my mom & dad's. Across the road is one house then my Aunt's farm. I was excited. It was cheap. Then we saw why. Structure issues...oh, well. One day!
When you get them, post photos of your new farm!
To our children, we give two things; one is roots, the other wings.