Tee hee appps, yep, it would be good if it was that easy with chickens. I hope your little guy does OK.
Fancy I too hope that the fires are under control sooner rather than later.
TheGonzo I agree that you only need to flag one post from the poster to bring the spam to the attention of the Admins.
Hey there potato chip sometimes ignorance is bliss
I always had great awe for teachers because I knew I would not have the patience to deal with school children and the last 3 days have proved that I was right.
I am this close to drafting that Gumtree Ad:
Free to any home .. in fact, if I have to, I will pay you to take them. Two whingy, whiney, spoiled, bickering, broody, feathered princesses. No returns.
So, after 3 days in the crate Blondie is still broody but I think she is not breaking because KiKi is still broody.
Free range is just a solid 3-4 hours of constant bickering and breaking up of squabbles and 45 mins were spent this morning, before coffee, trying to organise some sort of set up to keep both of them away from the nest. My feet are covered in tiny little puncture wounds, compliments of Blondie.
I have Blondie in the hospital cage which is kinda not fair because it is not very big and KiKi is in the broody crate. As I mentioned, last time I tried that with KiKi she chucked a hissy fit but this time, while still not happy, she is at least not throwing herself against the bars.
I was so very tempted to put them both in there together How come such beautiful, friendly, sweet little girls can turn into such a pain in the proverbial? I know it is hormones etc and they can not help it but these two are over the top!