Sitting here listening to the tornado sirens . . . they started out pretty far south (Gaines) and are moving closer. The wind keeps picking up and then it will die down. The foster pups are wondering what the heck all that noise is about. I debated on whether or not to bring the 1 and 2 month old chicks in from their chicken tractor but it should be heavy enough to withstand any higher winds that we get. They won't go up the ramp to the upper level where it's warm and dry - they stay on the lower level and seem quite happy. I put a board up under there so that they will stay dry no matter which way the wind is blowing. The chickens in the big coop will be fine. The ducks are having a blast out in the puddles and seem oblivious to the sirens and weather. Hopefully it will all blow over quickly enough with little or no damage anywhere. I got 6 chicken eggs and 1 duck egg from my flock today. Nobody appears to be molting or should be molting yet. Except for the broody hens I just can't figure out why they aren't laying like they should . . .