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post #21 of 28

camo sweatshirt & flannel camo pants with sneakers ( coop sneakers) w/3 dogs,a water jug, plant pot w/grain, and scolding the dogs for getting in my way over the snow!lol.png

post #22 of 28

A regular t-shirt and long pants

"What are the two things people tell you are healthiest to eat, chicken and fish, combine them and eat a penquin."

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"What are the two things people tell you are healthiest to eat, chicken and fish, combine them and eat a penquin."

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post #23 of 28

My barn clothes, same ones go to the ducks and the horses... so jeans, cahartt coat, muck boots.. and most days right now add snow pants to that. I'm rural so nobody can see anything.

~ Firefly Farms home to

Ducks, Chickens, Miniature horses, Sheep & rabbits, Plus fish, dogs, cats & parrots.

 

"A few hard Truths, One: There are only 24hrs in a day. Two: Scientists still haven't perfected a way to clone yourself. Three: Your list of chores stretches halfway to the back field"

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~ Firefly Farms home to

Ducks, Chickens, Miniature horses, Sheep & rabbits, Plus fish, dogs, cats & parrots.

 

"A few hard Truths, One: There are only 24hrs in a day. Two: Scientists still haven't perfected a way to clone yourself. Three: Your list of chores stretches halfway to the back field"

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post #24 of 28
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Originally Posted by humphrey farms View Post

camo sweatshirt & flannel camo pants with sneakers ( coop sneakers) w/3 dogs,a water jug, plant pot w/grain, and scolding the dogs for getting in my way over the snow!lol.png


Add a bunch of crazy underfoot dogs to mine too. roll.png

~ Firefly Farms home to

Ducks, Chickens, Miniature horses, Sheep & rabbits, Plus fish, dogs, cats & parrots.

 

"A few hard Truths, One: There are only 24hrs in a day. Two: Scientists still haven't perfected a way to clone yourself. Three: Your list of chores stretches halfway to the back field"

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~ Firefly Farms home to

Ducks, Chickens, Miniature horses, Sheep & rabbits, Plus fish, dogs, cats & parrots.

 

"A few hard Truths, One: There are only 24hrs in a day. Two: Scientists still haven't perfected a way to clone yourself. Three: Your list of chores stretches halfway to the back field"

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post #25 of 28

in the winter i either wear carhart overalls with a carhart winter hat & muck boots, my other outfit in the winter is a roughf tore,d up flanal coat with dickie work pants & muck boot crocks big_smile.png in the summer i wear cut off sleeve T shirts with carhart work pants a camo ball cap & muck boot crocks      not super weird lookn outfits for this catagory but they kinda R lol lol.png  

post #26 of 28

Worn out cowboy boots, leggings, a long blue jean skirt, T-shirt with a blue jean/fleece lined coat. I have two big 'ole pockets on my coat that I carry my phone, flashlight, wire cutters, knife, etc in. In the other pocket I carry mainly eggs, and sometimes chicks, if I find a surprise hatchling in the 'bators. : )

 

~ Aspen

1 Guinea, 1 Chicken: 4 Bourbon & Slate Turkeys: 2 Ducks: 4 Call Ducks: 4 Muscovys: 4 Peafowl: 1 Parakeet and 2 Parrotlets.

 

LaMancha Goats: Angora Rabbits: Jerseys: and lots of horses. + 4 dogs and 2 cats.

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1 Guinea, 1 Chicken: 4 Bourbon & Slate Turkeys: 2 Ducks: 4 Call Ducks: 4 Muscovys: 4 Peafowl: 1 Parakeet and 2 Parrotlets.

 

LaMancha Goats: Angora Rabbits: Jerseys: and lots of horses. + 4 dogs and 2 cats.

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post #27 of 28
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gig.gif HEELS? Nice one! Just showing off your heels to the girls right? lau.gif

Exactly. They were the only thing by the door. :)

~Eager enabler of barnyard mixes, black split and mottled bantam cochins, serama/bantam cochin cross (frizzled and smooth). I own call ducks, but can't enable... yet.~
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~Eager enabler of barnyard mixes, black split and mottled bantam cochins, serama/bantam cochin cross (frizzled and smooth). I own call ducks, but can't enable... yet.~
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post #28 of 28
It usually depends on what season it is. Around here it is autum and today I wore my old overalls. When you go out to the coop I reccomend wearing something to cover your legs because they love to jump and scratch your legs and sometimes my hen pecks my legs so that would be best. 🐥
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