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Love your photos! Your girls look so healthy, with their nice fluffy skirts. They have big skirts..love that in a hen. Very pretty. Your daughter..I assume? Darling!
Love seeing your brood! I wish I could add a few more to my 3 hens. Thanks for sharing your wealth!
Thanks! The first hatch in the Coolerbator? They are still too young, they are but 2/3 weeks old, I have no clue who is who yet. I didnt sex them as day olds : (
However, 8 of the eggs were a friends eggs, so I gave him the chicks and one of our brahma chicks. so its a waiting game! There are still 25+ peeps in the brooder!
Our Partridge brahmas ended up to be 5 roos and 5 hens though.
Awesome story, I was wondering how many cockerels and pullets did you offically end up with from your first hatch and did you keep any of them ?
I love your set up, and chickens! Your kids are cute too
Yay, Sally. Great story and pics
Your chickens are just TOO [email protected]!!!1!! Oh, how I wish I could have that many chickens! I love how big and healthy- looking and FLUFFY they are!! I want to have a whole bunch of different chickens. Right now I am incubating 17 white leghorn rhode island red mix eggs, and I am so excited, for these will be my first chickens EVER
WOW thanks everyone!! Haromony is reading your comments too, she is laughing as she is reading! Thanks everyone! love my kiddos and my chickens.... oh DH and pupe
Your love for your family and peeps is wonderful to see. Thanks for sharing!
Love the chickens and their coops! I know how you feel about the silkies. Ugh! It can be so so so annoying when they are afraid of you for no reason.
Love the story!!! It seems to be so much fun for the whole family.
What beautiful children and what lucky chickens!
I love it and your set up is 100% fun looking wtg and what a way to ahve the kids doing things constructive , 2 thumbs and big toes Up
Awesome! - birds and kids!
BTW I understand completely. i am OBSESSED with my birds.
What cuties! Both the human and chicken subjects of the photos! Very enjoyable post. Thanks for sharing.
I absolutely LOVE the scolding picture! She talks to the 'big man on campus' the same way I do. Doesn't look like he intimidates her at all! Glad to see others are as in love with their chickens as I am. I don't feel so crazy after all. Yay!
Lovely birds, and a beautiful happy family.
Great pictures and you can tell Ducky Girl she's got our vote.
Congratulations, we've chosen one of your chicken pics for the Picture Of the Week. Thanks for posting your chickens to our "My Chickens" pages! You can find more info about our POW here: BYC POW process.
lol Thanks Cowcreek!
At 10¢ each, I'm guessin' you'd have to sell a few dozen eggs just to cover any given day's raisins. This has gotta be the cutest page. Ever.
LOL 52 years!!
I have a 52 year old "boy" that scolds our "big" chickens for chasing our silkies or picking on each other. Guess we're never to old to love our chickens.
Love it! I hope my kids love the chickens as much as yours do!
I would but the walls are full!! lol Thanks!! I also have older sons out of college and out of house, having these new little ones does take the hurt away but it is still there but I think about something else when I feel that pain : (
Your pictures are wonderul. But the one of the little boy with the chicken to his face made me miss my boys (they are grown) so much. That I would blow up and frame.
i love your pics
lovely, chickens, kids, coop and pix
Great Advise Rebel Soldier! Thanks all!
Really Good Pics!
What a great looking family! Cherish those times, they pass much too quickly!
Ours TOO!! I love them!! and the kids! he he he
Gosh what super cute photos. the scolding one is adorable. My 10 year old kids are in love with their chickens too. Funnest summer ever and I think it's because of our new flock... ;-)