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Surprise Chicks

May
11


Weston got off the school bus yesterday with six chicks. He’s in Ag class at the high school. They were selling chicks and these are the leftovers. Free chicks! Not that I really needed any more chicks this year, but…. Okay!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 11, 2010  

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  1. 5-11
    1:14
    am

    What a beautiful little bouquet of feathery babies!!!

  2. 5-11
    1:18
    am

    What a sweet surprise!

  3. 5-11
    1:42
    am

    How absolutely precious…I love baby chickees…
    Congratulations, Mom…tee hee~~~
    glenda

  4. 5-11
    6:04
    am

    That’s a pleasant addition to your “staff.”

  5. 5-11
    6:18
    am

    Rhode Island Red, Barred Rock, and the white one? White Rock? Leghorn? Eventually you will have to make soup with all the spent hens and excess roosters or you will be over run by freeloading staff.

  6. 5-11
    6:20
    am

    I think my heart just melted!! :heart:

  7. 5-11
    6:35
    am

    How sweet! You must be a loving mom because you got your kids bringing you animals, puppies and chicks, still in high school. Weston is about to go serve his country but still has this tender side to bring mom baby chicks! With every peep, cluck, and cock a doodle doo, he will be with you!

    Jan
    GDP

  8. 5-11
    6:42
    am

    More chicks! :chicken: I just love the barred rocks!

  9. 5-11
    6:47
    am

    Yep, more babies to keep Weston awake. Ha! :chicken:

  10. 5-11
    7:14
    am

    Free :happyflower: and more eggs on the way, do you sell any eggs? I would love to have some hens that lay brown eggs.But dont think the neighbors would like it. If ya need egg cartons saved let me know and will be glad to and will send them to ya.

  11. 5-11
    8:15
    am

    When I saw the photo from the main page I thought they were kittens! :D :) 8) But everyone knows chicks are just as cute! :chicken:

  12. 5-11
    8:49
    am

    I have peeping come from the incubator across the room as I type. 4 out so far and about 20 more pipped! Chicks are so sweet!

  13. 5-11
    8:52
    am

    Jan, it’s Ross who is going in the Navy! Weston is still only in 11th grade.

  14. 5-11
    10:04
    am

    Suzanne, Weston is the BEST!!!! :chicken:

    Angela :wave:

  15. 5-11
    12:21
    pm

    wow, those are some lucky chicks to find a home at your farm Suzanne :heart:

  16. 5-11
    1:58
    pm

    I know this isn’t the proper place to bring this up, but I emailed you and haven’t heard back for 3 weeks. I have 4 new copper sheep bells I’d like to give you for the lambs. Let me know if you’d like them and where to send them. thanks.

  17. 5-11
    11:58
    pm

    soooooo cute!!!! :happyflower:

  18. 5-11
    11:59
    pm

    What a beautiful variety of colors! They will make a nice addition to your farm…and FREE!

  19. 5-12
    12:51
    am

    We can never have enough chickens….they are sooo cute.

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