Sunday, May 26, 2013

My Neighbor's Chickens

We do not have chickens, but a neighbor I visited on Saturday does.

These belong to her. Thank you, Joy, for letting me photograph your birds!



6 comments:

  1. I miss my chickens!! Barred Plymouth Rocks are my favorites, but the Rhode Islands are such good layers!

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  2. no chickens on your farm? Oh dear... so you won't be able to help me with tonight's bbq question (nobody knew the answer) about the life-span of a chicken... Google here I come! :)

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  3. No chickens here either. Would be nice to have fresh eggs, but that would require having a rooster and they are too noisy.

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    1. You do not need a rooster to have eggs. You just have to buy more chicks when needed.

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  4. They are beautiful. I can't wait to get more chickens again someday. But that requires building something so it'll be a while. I'm lucky I get my eggs from my neighbor. But I miss watching them and hearing the rooster crow in the morning. It doesn't feel like a real farm without chickens!

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  5. I love chickens and grew up with them. The monkeys and my dad would race for the coop when the hens started clucking to announce a new egg. Dad usually lost the race. I would love to have them,. Lee would love not to have them.

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