Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Wordless Wednesday Dose of Cute: Cluckbert

Chicken Bert 1 - FarmgirlFare.com

More photos below. . .

Chicken Bert 2 - FarmgirlFare.com

Chicken Bert 3 - FarmgirlFare.com


Chicken Bert 5 - FarmgirlFare.com

Chicken Bert 6 - FarmgirlFare.com

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13 comments:

  1. Ah..yes..beagles and their love of food. A vet once told me that Beagles are bottomless pits! Cluckbert should be glad he was not evicted by the owners!

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    1. DollZ,
      I cracked up when I read your comment. That vet was right! It's truly amazing how much food Bert can pack away - and still be sniffing around for more. Yes, the chickens are very patient with him. I doubt he'd let them snack out of his food bowl - although he does let the cats take over his beds (but only because he's terrified of them). ;)

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  2. So CUTE...sister has a beagle and it is round as it is tall. Nose has gotten her into trouble so many times.

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  3. Thanks for starting my morning off with these great pics to make me laugh. What a sweet boy.

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  4. SO glad all the technical difficulties seem to have been remedied. I visited daily for many months, even though your site crashed my computer several times a week. It got so bad that I couldn't even email/comments you to let you know how infected the site was, as it would crash before I could scroll down. I finally had to stop visiting. So glad I checked back and so glad it seems to be repaired!

    All the best to you!

    Tracy B.

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    1. Hi Tracy B.,
      We're so glad to have you back! If you experience any more trouble and are using Internet Explorer, I urge you to switch to Firefox or Google Chrome as your browser instead. Everyone who reported problems was using IE.

      You'll find more information in this post.

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  5. enjoy your posts and the new problem folks have with the pages, I have avoided by scrolling past the first third of the page. Whatever it is, is there. Ads are notorious for bad programming. Just thought it would help, Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Hi Willowlady,
      Thanks for the feedback. If you're using Internet Explorer, I urge you to try switching to Firefox or Google Chrome (which are faster and better) as your browser instead. Everyone who reported problems opening Farmgirl Fare was using IE and all the problems were immediately fixed by switching browsers.

      You'll find more information in this post.

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  6. I have trouble accessing your site from y desktop, but no trouble from my iPad. I have no idea why, butbatbleast I get to read your blog and keep uppity Bert!!

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    1. Hi Barb,
      Thanks for the feedback. Are you using Internet Explorer on your desktop and a different browser (like Safari) on your iPad? Everyone who reported problems opening Farmgirl Fare was using IE and all the problems were immediately fixed by switching browsers.

      You'll find more information in this post.

      P.S. I don't know if any of us can totally keep up with that beagle Bert - but we try! ;)

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  7. Great shots! Um, is that a waterer in your shots, it maybe looks kinds green???

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  8. Great pics! Our little daschund mutt loves to get in the coop to clean up too! What waterers do you recommend?

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