Monday, April 05, 2010

Sunday Dose of Cute: Peep! Peep! Peep!

Three Chicks and Mama Hen Drinking Water
Happy Easter

We usually have tulips for Easter:
4/12/09: Happy Easter!
More chick pics here

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15 comments:

  1. We really enjoyed watching our hen take care of her chicks. Fun to see it on your blog. We'll be raising several feed store chicks this spring.

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  2. Happy Easter to you too.

    That chick looking up to the camera deserves it's own picture. How cute.

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  3. you usually have tulips - well these little chicken lips are equally appealing! Eager to see more of those beautiful lambs -

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  4. So cute. I feed a babe chick when I was young. I was so sad because my mum cook it...

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  5. Super Cute! What's the story on that little one with the stripe down its back? I really think it's neet.

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  6. Ahhhh, thank you. Now I have my daily chick fix.

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  7. OH MY GOODNESS,

    I am speechless. THOSE CHICKIES!!!

    Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

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  8. So cute! I love those little peeps.

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  9. Hello! I have been reading your blog for almost a year and enjoy it. I need to tell you that your bran muffins are the BEST! I have made them as the recipe states with pears and ginger. I also have made them with pineapple, coconut and macademia nuts; with peaches, with fresh cranberries and pecans, with pumpkin and raisins, and the last batch was with cherries, dates and walnuts. It is a very forgiving recipe and I thank you for sharing it.

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  10. I'm on the other side of the world from you (I have chook's too) and just wanted to know your blog is truly beautiful, I grew up on a small hobbie farm with goats, chickens, lambs and a pet Magpie, and your photos remind me so much of the childhood I loved...thank you for showing me your wonderful world, From Rebecca in New Zealand.

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  11. I love looking forward to all your photos. The chicks are adorable! I do not have chicks so like looking at these...

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  12. Those chicks are just so stinkin' cute!! Makes me want to run out and add some to my 4 girls I already have.

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  13. So cute! I just love that middle chick looking up at you. He/she must have been wondering what in the world you were doing. :)

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  14. These chicks are just adorable! I have to ask though, is that chick in the middle (looking straight at the camera) the same one mugging for this post?
    If so, he/she should really consider a career in chicken modeling. The camera loves him! ;)

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