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Day roosting

roosting during a cold day in December


I think a good way to determine if it's going to be a cold day is when our flock decides to stay in.

Today was one of those cold days.



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...don't seem to mix. I didn't make them go out and get their feet wet this morning because they really didn't seem interested. Instead, I put their food inside. I guess our chickens are a little spoiled... :-)
Comment by anna Sun Dec 5 17:47:26 2010
What absolute chickens! (pun intended)
Comment by Maggie Sun Dec 5 22:14:54 2010
..in a nutshell. :-)
Comment by anna Mon Dec 6 08:47:44 2010





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