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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by Wildsky, Nov 21, 2007.
We have snow
Last year we got our first snow on Nov. 27 2". Right now there is nothing in the forcast. It will be interesting what our chickens do in the snow, last year they were not free ranging.
Pretty flock! I can't wait to see how mine react to the snow. It won't be to much longer, cold weather is coming.
Snowed about 2 inches here yestarday, the girls didn't come out of the coop until it melted It may be a long winter for them if they won't walk on the snow
We got a skiff last night and when I opened the coop this morning ... nothing ... no chicken flood ... not even a peep (excuse the pun!). The guineas eventually worked up the nerve to step out, and then spent most of the day perched on the fence, the roof, the trees .. anywhere but in the snow. I'm not sure that the chickens ever left their (covered) run. Silly girls. It's gonna be a long and dull winter if they stay "cooped up."
We got about 9 inches of snow in monday and tuesday!! At least my girls don't mind it or else they would have a very long borring winter
Quote:Just goes to show ya, the snow is always whiter on the other side of the fence! Cute picture.
The first time I remember seeing snow, I had to taste it too.