I love your chicken pictures! I was just telling my niece a couple of minutes ago that I would love to raise a couple of chickens! Unfortunately I don't think that's allowed in my town. You're so lucky!
Oh so jealous of your chickens. But husband has been building a hen house for the much wanted chickens. So next spring I will have some chicken pictures on my blog. At this time just pictures of the work in progress.
~~Carol~~ When I lived in town I begged my parents for chickens! Now we live in the country...I'm so thankful to be able to have my chickies! You should check into your town ordinances lots of times they'll allow a few hens.Brenda, It's so hard to wait, isn't it(?!?) but a chicken coop is a necessity! ^_^
Your rooster is adorable! Is he a bantam?
Thanks! He is a stinker, that's why his name is Stinky. ha ha! I don't know if he is or not! He was the free "exotic chick" with my order from Murray MacMurry Hatchery.
I use to have chickens when we lived on our farm. Now we live in town so no chickens, I miss them. I love chickens. I also noticed your chicken figurine by the egg...I have the same one. Love it. Love your blog.
Hey you! Why don't you put your 2 cents in?!?