Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Leftovers.......egg production down ......and snow on the horizon.........

Any eggs ladies........
Leftovers are great....!
Doesn't look as good as goldfish crackers........
Over this way Ruffles
No squabbling.......plenty for everyone!
Chopped carrot peels...green pepper scraps and yummy brown apples that got caught in a couple of frosts-hiding on the back porch behind "stuff"......make for a delightful snack for chicks!!!
Little guy is constantly moving nowadays.......it's hard to get a photo where he's not blurry....it's so strange to be doing yard work in January!....no snow....
Weathermen and women say big storm Thursday.......sleds are ready....and so are we...yippee!!

12 comments:

Heidi said...

What a handsome little man you have. I remember when mine was so small. They grow too fast. I love your pictures of the ladies and their snack. I sure hope you get some moisture soon so you can enjoy those sleds.

Trace4J said...

Wonderful chicken post. Ya know I heart chickens. And most of all precious "Granny's". My egg production is down also.
Hugs to you Friend
Trace

www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

Lynne said...

I am happy someone else is happy about a snowstorm . .
I "used to be" planning for chocolate covered peanuts and potato chips if I knew a blizzard was on the way . . . Smiling . . .

TexWisGirl said...

just love those buff orpingtons (i think that's what they're called). just gorgeous hens!

Michaele said...

I love that little guy so much you would think he was MY grand baby! Your chickens are stunning! Love the header too.

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

What type of chickens are the golden ones with feathers that are outlined in black, very beautiful!

smilla4blogs said...

Adorable photos and I think you will soon get your wish for snow. Looking forward to the sledding adventures!

Lynnie said...

Your rooster is beautiful and your hens are as well. I hope to add more variety to our flock this spring! Thanks for sharing!

Teresa said...

That will certainly make for happy chicks!

Millie said...

I would love to eat those apples! They are a favorite treat. The boy looks so happy out there with the chickens.

Deborah Jean at Dandelion House said...

Oh, what a nice treat for your girls!
I love the photo of Ruffles! :)
thanks so much for sharing on the FFBH!

Deborah Jean at Dandelion House said...

Oh, and your grandson is so cute in the run with the girls. I bet you are having so much fun with him!