Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Chicks Getting Organized, Version Two

Lokey's chicks getting comfy version 2 (1)  - FarmgirlFare.com
10:04 am

At three and a half weeks old, Lokey's rapidly growing (and constantly ravenous) ten chicks still want to sleep close to mom. When they were smaller they all tucked themselves completely up underneath her, hidden from view, but now it's getting a little crowded. Lokey keeps widening her wingspan, and I keep cracking up.

Click here to see version one, taken when the chicks were two weeks old.

More photos below. . .

Lokey's chicks getting comfy version 2 (2)  - FarmgirlFare.com

Lokey's chicks getting comfy version 2 (3)  - FarmgirlFare.com

Lokey's chicks getting comfy version 2 (4)  - FarmgirlFare.com

Lokey's chicks getting comfy version 2 (5)  - FarmgirlFare.com

Lokey's chicks getting comfy version 2 (6)  - FarmgirlFare.com

Lokey's chicks getting comfy version 2 (7)  - FarmgirlFare.com

Lokey's chicks getting comfy version 2 (8)  - FarmgirlFare.com

10:07 am

More chick pics? Here.
More chickens? Here and here.

© FarmgirlFare.com, where the current total critter count is up to 120(!).

12 comments:

  1. The one with all the feet sticking out is hilarious!

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  2. I also like the one with all the heads sticking out. Makes me wish all mine had a mom. Our baby turkey is what really cracks me up, though. He thinks I'm his mom.

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  3. What a good mom Lokey is!!

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  4. These are so funny! Octomom plus two.

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  5. Very cute little protein-laying machines; I love Fresh Eggs and the French Toast is inimitable when the eggs are warm to begin the process.

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  6. That is one Great Mom

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  7. makes me wish I had a place like that to hide sometimes.

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  8. AWKWARD.

    But totally hilarious.

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  9. How stinkin' cute! She really can fluff her self out big to make room for everyone, can't she?

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  10. Wow! She deserves a special treat on Mothers Day!

    These are great photos!

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