We still do that, but as our chooks are still new, they are less likely to come when called than they are to cower in the hen house.As for the eggs - fabergé, surely?
Cute!Chocolate eggies for Easter? She is a rather special chook afterall!
You just reminded me I haven't fed the chooks yet! Better go before they get cranky. They're not quite as colourful as yours!
your past is my present, thank god for farm dogs who do most of the work.LOVE your chooken. Looks like its got flames in its tail.You and Vic are a great team. X
that is definitely a very curlypops'ed chooky! whatever colour the eggs are, can you imagine what colour pancakes they'd make ;)♥
Classic - nice work you two. Looks like a hotrod chooky with those tail feathers!
Maybe she's a hippie chick...her parents love the sixties and she does lay technicolour eggs!
Yep! I had invisible chickens living in my backyard. For some reason I was the only one who could see them. So it was left up to me to feed them.
Love those stripey legs! Mum always says she would send me out with the stale bread, but I would eat it before I got to the chook house! Thank goodness my kids don't do that with our chooks!
It's really interesting to see the progression from black and white to colour. Thanks for sharing that.Your designs would look fabulous translated into mosaics too. Something to try (if you haven't already) when you get some spare time....And last count we have 9 happy chooks too.
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