The Only Things Growing in My Garden Now




  1. pamb says:

    I want chickens! :hissyfit:

  2. Kathy says:

    Very beautiful picture worthy chickens. Sorry about Mean Rooster.

  3. Shelly says:

    Did you hatch these yourself? Pretty colors. :pinkbunny:

  4. Darlene says:

    Beautiful pictures! Any idea of the number of chickens at your farm?

  5. Senta Sandberg says:

    I have those three chickens growing in my garden. The lacy wyandot my boys named Chuck is a very pretty bird and the favorite of the Rhode Island Red Rooster that the boys named Angelica. I have taken to calling him George now though. So much for a batch of sexed chicks.

  6. Ms E says:

    I want you to get some Silkies!!!

  7. Barbee' says:

    Aren’t they lovely! Well, that’s more than I have growing in mine right now. Pretty picture.

  8. Claudia says:

    My neighbor’s chicken’s come and visit every day, they love scratching around our horse yard. A few months ago, one of their chickens was being broody and my neighbor did not know what was wrong with her. I told her that chicken wanted to be a momma real bad and my neighbor could relate to that. They have no rooster, but we have a pair of Black Indian Runner ducks and our duck is not broody at all. I gave her some eggs for her chicken to sit on and one hatched. She is the happiest hen, a beautiful golden aracuna (spelling?) with her black duckling.

    I enjoy all the pictures of your animals and their “antics”.

  9. Amy says:

    My hubby is trying to convince me that we need some chickens..I’m thinking that it would just add to my to-do list…

  10. Maura says:

    Suzannes right…chickens are such an easy animal to raise and OH SO FUN to you get paid in eggs for their entertainment and fertilizer for the garden! :hungry2:

  11. Valerie says:

    You have some very beautiful chickens and roosters. And FAT! Or maybe they’re just fluffy!!

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