MJ's little flock


My chickens' vet is brilliant.
Premium Feather Member
Dec 24, 2018
Adelaide, South Australia
My Coop
Mhari gets like that. Alpia too. Each hen is different. Wrold is a pancake firecracker. :lau I take it putting her on the roost @ night has not discouraged her?
The situation isn't that desperate yet. For now, I'm leaving her be except for making sure she's taking some sustenance.


Project Manager
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Aug 20, 2015
Smith County, TN
Good morning folks :frow I've not had too terrible of an issue with my hens, but my turkeys are a whole other story. Since they hiss we call them snakes. They will steel all the chicken eggs and guard them. If you reach for them with your hand, you'll get a terrible bite. They are ruthless.... But they do get up and get food and water once a day. But it's entirely on their schedule. When collecting eggs it takes two people. One to shoo them off the nest and keep them occupied and one to grab the eggs.

BY Bob

Proprietor, Fluffy Butt Acres
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Jan 1, 2016
Hershey, PA
Ok. I'm calling it. There is officially too much broodiness at our house.

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😆 🤣 😂 that is cuteness overload!

"I don't get what the fuss is about? I lay around all day without moving and she doesn't pick me up and make sure that I eat? Maybe if I sit in here I get extra cuddles and food"

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