Originally Posted by duluthralphie
Please add putting my hand into dirty muddy water hoping to have a fish eat it on my list of things I will not be doing....
Right in line with Dinner with Putin....?
Originally Posted by I Love Layers
My aunt just rescued some Appenzeller Spitzhauben.
The story behind them is, my cousins teacher found them in the middle of a road in a sack. The teacher took them home, thought that they were all roosters, realized they couldn't have 3 roosters in the middle of town. Asked my cousin of she wanted them, my cousin and aunt said yes.
They take them home realize they are most likely hens.
They are leaving tomorrow for Vegas, and my older sister is taking care of their birds since she just moved in with them cause she graduated.
I don't think they trust her so when I go in for my chiropractor appointment, and when I go to sell some birds, on Monday, I will go check on them..
What a find!
As promised. I know they are in the "ugly tween" stage ...but still babies nonetheless Here are Loretta with Momma Dixie and a few of Patsy and June.
I'm trying to have her a bit more socialized to me as well. Broody babies tend to be on the more timid side as directed by their mothers. DIxie allowed this--this time.
"Hurry Up Mom, it's time for our Free range!"
What a big world it is for both of them. Really.
Chicken little checking to see if the sky is falling. Amazed that she is already alert to the skies. They learn so much in a short amount of time.
Daisy Heading to find the flock after she's been on the nest for a while.
Patsy Cline sunbathing.
June Carter helping me weed the rocks. She's a sweety pie.
Irises are starting....