Buttercup will soon follow! It is wonderful how much you are enjoying your fowl.
She is so funny!
LOL! I have had a bottle baby goat do this.
No, maybe a bluegill or a carp. ;)
This brings back memories of having chickens when I was a kid and I love the name kudzu. Lord knows I have seen enough of that in my life.
My Mojita does that, Mojita frets that she may miss out on a morsel of food, so she tries to get first in line and have a good view.
oh a goat thought, if you could get a mother and young doe would be good, you'd already have a milker and another one coming along.
I think they are showing you who is the boss!Christy
Joanna - That is actually our plan for this spring. I figured that way I could just milk once a day and have company for the milk goat.Gail - They are just beyond fun!Christy - They are definitely boss!Jimmy - Thanks, I always preferred bluegill myself.
Christy, please blog about buying in bulk from Amazon.
Hey Christy,Yep you're a chicken sister now. Got a chicken on your lap or head and you qualify :DIs that your new coop??! I want to know more. Did you build it yourselves? What size is it? What's the layout?Very cool!Nice digs!~LisaNew MexicoPS, thanks for the cheery little ladybug you sent me. What a wonderful surprise! It totally cheered me up and is sitting on the table next to my bed, You did a terrific job on it. Love the googly eyes and the perky attenae, too.Thank you for thinking of me, my dear friend :)
Is that a new chicken coop I see in the pictures. When did you build it? Cute picture of you with a chicken on your back. I think Kudzu loves you.
Lisa and Mom - Good eyes. It is a new coop. I'll post about it soon. We didn't make it.Lisa - You're very welcome. I hope it brightened your day some.
Ah, chicken poop is known for being a nutrient-rich, luxurious hair conditioner, don't you know...why, even the A-list Hollywood stars are clamoring for it these days! :-)
Whenever I am sitting down in the pasture (usually in the summer when the grass isn't soaking wet)taking pics of my crew, the chickens will stroll over and a few will take turns jumping up on my shoulder and head....I'm sure to see if the view is different! :)
You CAN wait until you get chicken poo in your hair, trust me. :)
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