Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Tuesday Night Dose of Cute: A Quick Chick Pic

Baby chick and mama hen - Farmgirl Fare



© FarmgirlFare.com, where the current baby chick count still stands at one, but we're all hoping one of the other three broody hens will soon hatch out a pal for this lone little peeper. And the mama's head (along with the rest of her) looks a little strange right now because she's in the middle of molting, which is the natural process of losing and regrowing feathers.

7 comments:

  1. Awwwhhhh Nothing's cuter than baby chicks. I have 4 hens sitting right now. Hopefully we'll have some babies this coming weekend.

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  2. I never get tired of seeing chicken pics!

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  3. She's really got her eyes on him.

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  4. First time I've ever really wanted a rooster in our 2 hen flock.

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  5. looks like the chick is telling "mom" I did not do it,honest! lol
    love your blog!

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