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Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by yoie, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. yoie

    yoie Songster

    wear flip flops into the chicken coop when you have treats in your hand! [​IMG] I learned my lesson today. I was out weeding my garden and thought I would bring my chickens a few grubs and worms that I had found, not thinking I walked into the coop and started feeding the treats to my chickens. Then my very bold chicken Tetra decided my toes looked like a big bug and chomp! Right down on the toe, you would of thought after one bite she would have realized that it wasn't a treat. I guess she is just special [​IMG]
     

  2. rancher hicks

    rancher hicks Crowing

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    I had a friend over and we were both wearing sandals and throwing bread. Then it became a game of throwing bread at each others feet. Very funny.
     
  3. gertiie

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    [​IMG] This is very wise advice thank you !!! Hope your toe is ok !
     
  4. wildorchid053

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    another no no is don't wear red toe nail polish.. much to daughters dismay she found that out.. couldn't dance fast enough to get away from them... hehehehehe
     
  5. micayc

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    been there....done that!LOL
     
  6. BarefootMom

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    Quote:or any other bright colors! :lol My nails are painted in 3 different colors (colors chosen by my 2 yr old daughter--Bright Pink, Lime Green, and Midnight Blue... [​IMG] ) and the chickens attacked my toes! Luckily I am used to it though.
     
  7. Judy

    Judy Crowing Staff Member Premium Member

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    And hold the treat container at head level, NOT waist level, if you don't want it spilled in front of your feet all at once. Some chickens can fly straight up just fine, thank you.
     

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