Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Tuesday Daily Dose of Cute:
Learning to Fly (And Tilt Your Head)


Cheeky & Her Chick on a Perch In The Henhouse

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7 comments:

  1. As a city girl I'm not sure what you have to find in order to be sure you have a rooster. Can you tell us a little bit about that?

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  2. Every time I see your chickens, I think "Man, we really need to get on building the chicken coop." And yet, still no coop. TOO MUCH TO DO.

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  3. Your donkey's are so wonderful : ) one of these day I'm going to ad on to my menagerie but my husband said the next animals I bring onto this farm have to end up in our freezer... sigh ... the chicks are so cute.. I don't know how you have time to post with all the spring chores whew.. and still most likely recovering from lambing... keep on keepin'
    on girl... clare

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  4. i don't know what's cuter, the chick or your blog header! i love your blog - and you have cute chickens (unlike mine)!

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  5. So cute!! We are really enjoying our chickens. We are new to these animals and enjoying every minute of it!

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  6. How do you get them to pose like that?! :)

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  7. I love peeking at your blog. Those chickens made my day!! LOL!!

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