In a SNAP
Like something out of a Dr. Seuss book, my sister’s chickens lay green eggs.
Had I not seen them myself, I would have thought they’d been dyed. 33 more words
1 week, 4 days
along a rural path
After waiting and watching for three months, we have discovered that little, blonde Sunnyside is the only hen from our latest clutch of six eggs… 346 more words
These chickens do not belong to me. I took this picture a couple of years ago. It reminds me that I still would like to have some chickens. 51 more words
3 weeks, 2 days
July is a voraciously busy month on the farm. It is a month where you are straddling multiple seasons- in the throes of Summer, prepping for Fall and planning for Winter. 221 more words
Big news of the day: Whattt? A bantam egg?! On their 51st day here, when we’re past expecting them to ever lay, the Silkies get in the game and come out of nowhere with an egg! 218 more words
Their going to bed by themselves is going to have to be close enough. I’m not sure how they’re getting out, but they have announced their readiness to free-range by a mass breakout. 1,660 more words
1 month, 1 week
Five eggs by 10 am! Yay! We are in the egg game.
It’s funny to lift the lid when there’s a hen settled in the box. 451 more words