Flock Focus Friday, 1/9/15

This week in a word? Cold. Don’t let the super sunny photos from the beginning of the week fool you- we endured the coldest temperatures of the year in Connecticut this week and are looking forward to a warm up any time now!

Sylvio (Silver Laced Wyandotte cockerel)
Blaze (Black Copper Marans rooster)
Buelah, Buff Orpington hen
Rachel (Bantam Cochin Frizzle hen)
Frederick (Serama cockerel)
Iris (Olive Egger hen)
Margarita (Black White Faced Spanish pullet) taking a winter stroll.
 
Serama cockerel (left, Caesar) and Marans hen (right, ellen deHeneres)
 
Light Sussex cockerel (Chevy)
 
Columbian Wyandotte hen (Lola)
Black White Faced Spanish hen (Margarita)
Sylvio and Iris made it to the cover of my article in Chickens Magazine this month!
Here is the list of things I would like to discuss before I have had my coffee
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Nancy
Nancy
2020 years ago

Entering for the incubator led me to your site. It’s awesome! It’s always great to find a kindred spirit with the love for chickens. I have chickens, ducks, guineas, pigs and an old goat. Life is full of antics and love. Never short on stories around here. Your bumble foot info was informative. We’ve been doing surgeries also and it’s an amazing process, Thanks for a wonderful and informational site!

Kay
Kay
2020 years ago

I have so enjoyed your articles. My husband and I are moving to the country and I can’t wait to get started! I told my family that they could each name one of the girls! Our farm has an old 160 ft chicken coop they used back in the day to probably supply the whole county. I think we’ll start with a few clicks and go from there!

luis castillo
luis castillo
2020 years ago

Omg i finally found a blog tht understands me and that gives away helping products 🙂 i love this blog and your cool pictures of your flock. Question how do you stop a hen eating another hens eggs?

Nana Rominger
Nana Rominger
2020 years ago

perfect tool to have

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