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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by lexielou623, Oct 22, 2015.
I love hearing all these. Cuz then I know I'm not alone in my "obsession".
Grocery list always has some thing like: "bread, salad stuff, eggs, butter, fish, sumthin' for the girls"......
and say goodnight ladies! lol
I went home to Scotland at xmas to visit my mum. I left hubby to look after The girls. He phoned me in a panic. They won't eat! I told my daughter. She said if we did'nt have hens mum I would say you are losing it! As we do I can quite believe it!
When you give them hugs everyday and remind them how long until their birthday.
Hawks aren't aggressive. They're hungry, and have babies to feed.
When you bathe your sick chicky girl to make her better. And a safe warm box inside for a sick girl to rest and recover
When your husband has to go out of town for work for a few days and someone asks if you're okay by yourself at home, and you say "oh I'm not alone, I've got my chickens and they're good company."
I. Have a large light Sussex. She is nearly nine years old. As she is a very heavy girl I think she jumped off her perch a while back. She hurt her leg and walks with a limp. I could'nt bear to put her down. Her name is Dutch because she is my duchess. Every morning I call her name and she answers me. I lift her down from the hen house, I make sure she has food and drink. If the sun shines I lift her out in the sun with the other girls and every evening I lift her back into the house. She can get about herself, she waits for me I'm sure. I love my dutch and dred the day she is no longer there to greet me.
Oh so true. I have someone to get up for, hurry home to and put to bed! Only people with hens can appreciate this.