Thursday, April 28

Thursday Dose of Cute: Chicken TV

Chicken TV 1

More photos below. . .

Or maybe it's Beagle TV.

It's hard to believe Bert has been with us four months already, yet in some ways it feels as if he's always been part of the farm—and the family. I am so in love with this little guy.

Just getting to know our busy beagle pup? You can read the story of how Bert (who only looks like he's still pudgy—that's all muscle now!) came to live with us here, and then catch up with him here and here.

The Daily Donkey 82: That Beagle Bert is Quick!

©, the slowly drying out (sun! wind!) and receding foodie farm blog where we never miss not having regular TV—and it isn't supposed to rain again until Saturday. Thank goodness.


  1. Love the chickens! They look so happy! And green grass!

  2. Haha. Our cats often sit in the windows and watch our chooks who are free range. We call it The Poultry Channel :)

  3. Love this, thanks for the smiles!

  4. I agree that it is looking a LOT like Beagle TV! Hahahahaha... what a cutie. And that rooster is such a great set of colors! wowza!

  5. Of course Bert is a cutie, but what a gorgeous rooster!

  6. It's hard not to luv beagles.

    Cute caption! I may have to steal it.

  7. He's adorable. That green grass looks pretty nice too. We're almost there here in Maine.

  8. What a beautiful series of pics. Things getting better there? Amazing how attached I can get to the welfare of a woman and a farm I've yet to meet. (And Hunky, hellz.)

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  10. Hi Everybody,
    Thanks for all the nice comments. :)

    The Poultry Channel - I love it!

    Hey CC,
    If I ever make it back to California (17 years and so far not a single trip back, LOL), you and I are definitely going to meet!

    My apologies for the delayed reply. That gorgeous guy (am I allowed to say that about my own rooster?) is a good old Missouri Mixed Breed. I just love his checkered overalls.

    If you're interested, you can read more about how and where our mixed breed chickens came from in the comments section of this post.

    Cluck! Cluck! Cluck!

  11. Wow, those are some gorgeous chickens and that rooster is adorable! And the dog and cat. :-)


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