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Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by The Sheriff, Jul 18, 2012.
wow they look great
Love them! Woo Hoo ! ! !
Oh those raised beds are beautiful! have fun with some small scale gardening!
X2 yummy, awesome picture !
Mary, I love the raised beds! What do you have in them?
Thanks everyone on the positive comments on the FxF pair........I'll keep you posted on them.....
I have a dozen eggs from the FxF mating in the incubator and another dozen ready to go in........
.......in other news......my daughter was up here to stand-up in a friend's wedding so my "chicken lovin' granddaughter" was here to help with chicken training....
As far as food goes I am not particular at all - if someone else cooks it, I will generally eat it with great pleasure.
Neat coloring! Glad you had your chicken helper as well!
No kidding! I'm the cook, so that doesn't happen very often.
My Icelandic broody now has 4 babies. 2 olive eggers (a blue and a splash), 1 barnevelder, 1 welsummer. 2 more eggs have no action yet, I'll candle them tonight and see what's up. My youngest will be thrilled by the splash, he just adores splash birds.
Now I manage these 2 momma's for a couple more weeks before my next 2 broodies hatch babies. Then my barnevelder broody is up a couple weeks after that.
My dog and I treed a bunch of raccoons last night. I went out to do my usual chicken nightly routine of closing windows, counting heads, etc and heard strange noises and something scampering through the oak leaves. My dog went nuts, she was running from tree to tree and tracking their scent. I shined a flashlight in the trees and saw their beady little eyes looking back at me. Hopefully they got the message that they are not welcome here.