Farm chatter

Who should be the farm chatter mascot? View options on pages 2306 onward.

  • Tillie, black_cat's white leghorn

    Votes: 14 18.2%
  • Licorice, ChickForLife's black sex link

    Votes: 7 9.1%
  • Mini, HappyDuckie's OEGB cockerel

    Votes: 24 31.2%
  • Joy, chLcken's Speckled Sussex

    Votes: 14 18.2%
  • Buttercup, Jwehl's Wild Tree Chicken

    Votes: 10 13.0%
  • June Bug, TheOddOneOut's EE

    Votes: 27 35.1%
  • Dino, MysteryChicken's Project Wheaten Crele Orpington

    Votes: 8 10.4%

  • Total voters
    77

MysteryChicken

Crossing the Road
May 31, 2018
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The EE I waited on for 10½ months to lay finally did so.
It's a very beautiful green. Here it is compared to a pale blue egg.
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human1

Free Ranging
Nov 13, 2020
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chief muffin human
whoah... if it was bacteria, would you be able to bury them?

I'll have to relieve... not going to say that, actually.
I'll have to relieve seeing a hawk on top of one of my pullets.
And losing Lefty.
And losing Eclipse and Shade... and Simnel....
Shiz, I don't like 2020.
aw I'm sorry about that :hugs
wait did you mean relive or relieve?

I’ll have to relive losing Kevin, and one of my ducks.
:hugs

no no no you've got it all wrong. now you get to hawk proof the area or not let them free range or whatever it was.
i lvoe the attitude :D

🤫
Law says no shooting.
Good thing you have a stapler and bathroom scale.
but what about the other birds?

The EE I waited on for 10½ months to lay finally did so.
It's a very beautiful green. Here it is compared to a pale blue egg.
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congratulations! that's exciting :woot
 

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