I love the holidays--all the family and fun. This is my first one with my girls, and as I was shopping for Thanksgiving dinner, I was thinking about what to do for the girls. The weather is wet and cold, and even though most of their run is covered, they don't get to range much now because it's too cr***y and wet. I've found tons of recipes for flock block on this site, and I give them treats, but I want to change things up a bit for "them" over the holidays. I thought it might be fun to share some ideas about fun holiday treats and activities to brighten up our flocks' winter days. Here's what I've been thinking of doing: I have a flock block in the oven right now. It has bread, their layer food, some birdseed and sunflower seeds, as well as some raisins and a little molasses. I have collected some pine cones. I'm going to make some thin suet to coat the cones, and then I'll roll them in a mix of their layer food, some fruit bits, bird seed, crushed shells, and BOSS. These I'll hang at varying levels in the run for them to feast on. I thought about baking them some "cookies". Use the flock block mix, and add fruit bit to the outside. Maybe make holes in a head of cabbage and stuff them with suet. Hang the cabbage in the usual fashion. I know it sound silly, but I don't want them (or me) to get bored over the winter. What are you doing for holidays with the flock?