Still looking for those bugs and cutworms...... not going to be to lucky. Happy New Year to you, Susan, the 'Hunky Farm Guy' the dogs, the cats, sheep, donkeys and all the hens and other miscellaneous critters
Snow chickens! It always amazes me that their feet don't get cold! :)
Hi~ I found your blog while looking up homemade V8 recipes. Your chickens are so cute! We live in the city, but raise chickens and a couple turkeys on our small property. They love their veggie scraps like greens and tomatoes! I'll be sure to give them the yummy veggie pulp when I start juicing! Perfectly blended for their digestion.
My chickens won't go out in the snow. They just stand in the doorway and look out at it. We're in New Hampshire, so they may get a bad case of cabin fever!
These chickens looks cute with snow under their cute feets.
That's so cute!
I love chickens! My husband thought it was crazy how excited I was when my first shipment of baby chicks arrived. That was over 6 years ago. Right now I have 12 hens and one rooster. We had snow last week and I opened the coop door to let them out. They just stood in the doorway and gave me this look like, "yeah, she lost her mind if she thinks we are going out there!" ;)
looks like they're all decked out for the new year with fluffy clean feathers... love the colors and patterns in their plumage.
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