Monday, May 21, 2012

Monday Quick Chick Pic: Looky, Looky

Lokey's lookalike chicks (taken 4/24)

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©, the flap happy foodie farm blog where Lokey's 10 chicks, who like to travel around in a pack, have figured out that they can fly and are now focusing on taking over the farm. We have 14 chicks altogether right now, and as you can see, it's hard to tell a lot of them apart!


  1. What beautiful chicks. Do the chicks always turn out so similar? We have just moved to a small town and there is a small farm beside our estate. They have a lot of sheep all of the mamas are white but ALL of the lambs are black! Weird but super cute, as I can spot the lambs from my window! Hehe

  2. They DO all look alike but that's okay because they are so cute! :)

  3. These guys are totally sweet!

  4. Too cute! We cannot wait until we have our chicken coop up and ready to be home to some new chicks!


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