Ducks in a Row


All six ducks in a row! Mr. Duck has relaxed his ban on allowing his girls to consort with the three bachelors lately and they’ve been hanging out together. As long as they don’t touch his ladies, he lets them breathe in their vicinity.

The chicken in the picture is out of line, of course. Chickens don’t know how to walk in a row right.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 4, 2009  

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  1. 9-4

    The only time my hens ever line up like that is when they are following me to feed the dog and hoping I drop a piece of dog food! Silly spoiled chickens :heart: !

  2. 9-4

    That’s because the chicken is dotting, not following. Chickens dot, ducks and sheep follow. Goat? Goats do as they please. Which is NEVER what you want!

  3. 9-4

    Unless food is involved. Got cookies? Got goats and they’ll follow you anywhere you want them too!

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