ANIMAL ANTICS II

More photos from the animal farm….

Old Clem, our chicken matriach, rules the animal kingdom.  Always in everybody’s business.

Lucie “Hey you gotta little something there on your chin”

Sissy comes over to help Lucie out.

Sissy “Sheesh, I know, she’s soooo sloppy. ”  Sairey “Who me?”

Dinner time!

Knock, knock.  Hey, Fairlight, can I come in?  No, you may not.  This is MY house lady, go get your own.

Comments(8)

  1. linda says:

    i don’t have a e-mail at this time, but i just wanted to say i love you guys!

  2. linda says:

    i don’t have a e-mail at this time, but i just wanted to say i love you guys!

  3. Kayleigh says:

    Let me start out by saying I love the journal. I used to check the site out all the time, and I was thrilled to come back and see all the updates. It takes a little while to load for me, and I have a fairly fast connection, but it might be the neat stuff on the sidebars.

    I have been curious about what percentage of your animals’ feed you grow yourself. What do you do for the feed that is hard to grow on small property, like hay? I am sure they get plenty of greens and leftovers, I was just wondering how you fill out the rest of their diet.

    Keep up the good work!

  4. Kayleigh says:

    Let me start out by saying I love the journal. I used to check the site out all the time, and I was thrilled to come back and see all the updates. It takes a little while to load for me, and I have a fairly fast connection, but it might be the neat stuff on the sidebars.

    I have been curious about what percentage of your animals’ feed you grow yourself. What do you do for the feed that is hard to grow on small property, like hay? I am sure they get plenty of greens and leftovers, I was just wondering how you fill out the rest of their diet.

    Keep up the good work!

  5. Laurie says:

    Anais, I wish I could share with you the image of my chickens following me around as I shake Japanese beetles off the grapevines…. it reminds me of kids picking up candy at a parade. They snatch and gobble the bugs as fast as they hit the ground! I just love the idea that these destructive bugs are eventually transformed into my breakfast…sweet revenge.

  6. Laurie says:

    Anais, I wish I could share with you the image of my chickens following me around as I shake Japanese beetles off the grapevines…. it reminds me of kids picking up candy at a parade. They snatch and gobble the bugs as fast as they hit the ground! I just love the idea that these destructive bugs are eventually transformed into my breakfast…sweet revenge.

  7. Sue says:

    I had to let you guys know about this one–
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=Ma9caUHRbVg
    It is a youtube video about my chickens. You have been such an inspiration on turning my little piece of suburbia into my urban homestead.

  8. Sue says:

    I had to let you guys know about this one–
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=Ma9caUHRbVg
    It is a youtube video about my chickens. You have been such an inspiration on turning my little piece of suburbia into my urban homestead.

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