Clara looks like she has Plans!
Sweet little babies...
They are so darn cute! If I lived in the country I'd have all kinds of chickens.
You do have all kinds of chickens.
Sweet and cute!
such sweet facesa and I love the names.
Anon, if we lived in the country we could have Sumatras and some buff or golden laced Polish Girlz.
Couple turkeys too. GOBBLESSSSSSSSSSS!
oh dear. now I want more babies. but winter? too hard here. Love them. I lost Wren 2 weeks ago to a hawk. It flew under the deck to get her. She was the one who looked like your Peanut. Im going to get more barred rocks in the spring. and for fun, a couple of "moderns" although they dnt look like they will be good layers. COngrats on your new girls!
And roosters, you could have roosters.
Does this mean Minnie has gone byebye?
Yes, he had to go back to the farm over the weekend. His crowing was gonna get us busted if we didn't do something.
None in the house for us this year. It has been a couple of years since we ordered day old chicks. I sure miss the sweet sounds of their chirping. However we do have five new chicks running around outside with their mother. We have named them Bonnie and Clyde and Huey, Huey, and Huey. Two are distinguishable and the other three are solid black and unrecognizable thus the same name.
Granny, we had a Bonnie & Clyde too. They ended up being Barney & Clyde though.
I'm guessing Shammy's happy about his departure.
*snort* Yeah, she wasn't down with all that lovin'.
Then she is perfectly named.
I hope these really are girl, because Shammy will LOVE having girls in the yard...Roosters are just too well.... is desperate a proper word to apply to them?Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
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