Chickens in the Hill

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The recently-graduated chickens exploring the hillside behind our farmhouse.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 19, 2009  

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  1. 8-19
    5:08
    am

    You must be lucky enough not to have hawks in your area. We have had to put chicken wire on top of the chicken’s area, just so they don’t get taken. We had raccoons take a few one night too.

  2. 8-19
    7:42
    am

    It’s nice to see chickens roaming around enjoying their short lives.

  3. 8-19
    11:18
    am

    I always enjoy your chicken pictures. I love chickens….

  4. 8-19
    6:44
    pm

    Keep the chicken pictures coming! We check your blog every day to see how your chickens are doing. :chicken:

  5. 8-19
    8:53
    pm

    If this is a find-the-hidden-chickens game, I guess 6

  6. 8-19
    10:05
    pm

    Hey Julia .. my guess is seven. It kinda looks like two together on the right, the brown ones? Anyone else for a guess? LOL

    Julie Andrea

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