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Articles from ChaeBird

With Rosie's prolapse showing no signs of getting better, and having reached the end of our knowledge in treating her, we decided to take Rosie in to the vet. Luckily for us there is a vet within 30 minutes of us who treats chickens and came highly recommended by some friends of ours. We gave Rosie her (now)customary bath and blow dry and packed her in the car. She was a very good passenger and pretty much just chilled out the whole ride there. There were a few dogs that came over to say...
We're really enjoying our backyard flock. The girls have been with us since mid-October of last year, and I'm completely smitten with them. Ada is a Silver-Laced Wyandotte, Marie is a bantam Easter Egger, Rosie is a Rhode Island Red, and Ruth is a Cuckoo Marans. Ruth behind Rosie After raising them inside over the winter, they finally moved outside into the backyard. I miss their clucks in the living room, it is so quiet now. Rosie surprised us by laying her first egg at 19 weeks....
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