I've found three litters of farm kitties, all put in places picked by their mothers:
behind the hydranga bush,
beneath the bulldozer,
and in the barn.
Two are white with gray noses, ears, and tails, others are gray tabbies, or gray with white noses, and some are black or blue-gray. This little white kitten has long, soft hair; she (?) is small and frail. I put feed and fresh water out for them; the hot weather makes it very stressful for them I'm sure. So far, The Dog ignores them, as long as he gets his own dish of food. Stray dogs are the ones I have to watch out for.
I love little kittens; they make a farm happy!