we call that a shot of vitamin 22. more beneficial to the giver than the receiver.
it is too bad it has to happen, but if they would just go after the field mice and leave chickens alone, it wouldn't be necessary.
I am going to finish my cuppa and then head into town.
have to pick up a few things to get some weed whackers going around here.
just before dark, I turned the young pullets loose. it is funny to watch them come out for the very first time, they huddle around the open door until one of them gets shoved out, then gradually they start coming out by the first one. but soon they are going in and out without thinking about it.
I had Zeke sit with me so he could get used to the "strangers". I think he is fine with them, now.
I don't worry about Frankie.
I was surprised at how big the barred rocks are. they are at least banty sized. by the end of July, I might be getting eggs.. by the end of August, for sure.
We did not get hit by the frost last night. I didn't think we would so I didn't bring in any plants.
the blackberries didn't lose their blossoms either.