Glory Bee’s Court

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Glory Bee, holding court with the hens.


She needs some kind of company during (temporary) periods when she’s separated from mommy. The chickens enjoy her big giant baby back.

It’s a good place to stretch out and straddle….

….or even take a nap!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 4, 2011  

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  1. 1-4
    1:14
    am

    Glory Bee is so cute and warm that is why the chickens love her so! :fairy:

  2. 1-4
    1:34
    am

    A peaceable kingdom in Stringtown.
    (Ahh a halter in the pic)

  3. 1-4
    1:47
    am

    that is adorable! it is easy to see why you love these critters so much. great photos.

  4. 1-4
    1:54
    am

    That first pic is hands-down, one of the cutest pictures I’ve ever seen. Your animals are so gorgeous!

  5. 1-4
    1:56
    am

    My Goodness! Is she trying to HATCH her?

  6. 1-4
    2:13
    am

    Very sweet LOL :)

  7. 1-4
    4:27
    am

    Well at least she’s nice to somebody! ;)

  8. 1-4
    6:31
    am

    Be still my heart!! So precious.Thanks for the smile!!
    Granny Trace :purpleflower:

  9. 1-4
    7:07
    am

    I think I’ve seen it all until I come to your blog! :sun:

  10. 1-4
    7:30
    am

    Too Cute! Glory Bee is like a Big soft pillow for the hens.

  11. 1-4
    7:33
    am

    The Amazing McMinn Menagerie! :chicken: :moo: That one hen is really enjoying a furlined seat!

  12. 1-4
    8:28
    am

    Wathc for eggs, my chickens lay their eggs right in the calf pen.
    They are so cute, even though I have chickens and calves amany, I love your photos. You do a great job..

  13. 1-4
    8:51
    am

    Looks like the hens have found a nice furry heating pad for this cold weather!

  14. 1-4
    8:52
    am

    So cute! Glory Bee is getting So big! At least she’s starting to be more accommodating! :)

  15. 1-4
    9:04
    am

    If a few more chickens would climb aboard Glory Bee, the chickens would have warm feet and Glory Bee would have a feather blanket (albeit a live blanket).

  16. 1-4
    9:40
    am

    It looks like such a peaceful place! I think you should write some children’s picture books with GB as the main character. All her adventures would make some really fun stories & the pictures would be adorable.

  17. 1-4
    9:41
    am

    How thoughtful of your hens to hold her down for you!

  18. 1-4
    9:42
    am

    Those are cute pictures. That baby makes me want a calf….

  19. 1-4
    9:52
    am

    What a great place to warm their toes.

  20. 1-4
    9:58
    am

    :moo: Glory Bee….what a cuty! Then hens are so funny…. I would rather watch animals than tv and that is no joke!

  21. 1-4
    10:55
    am

    My first thought was, “That is so cute” they all look like they get along so well. Your farm is really looking great but lots of work I am sure! :pawprint: :pawprint: :pawprint: :pawprint:

  22. 1-4
    11:16
    am

    And hopefully not lay eggs. Can’t wait until we can have chickens, CW already has his picked out.

  23. 1-4
    11:32
    am

    It looks to me like story-time in the barnyard. The chicken recites to Glory Bee
    “The more it snows (Tiddly Pom)
    The more it goes (Tiddly Pom)
    On snowing.
    And nobody knows (Tiddly Pom)
    How cold my toes (Tiddly Pom)
    How cold my toes (Tiddly Pom)
    Are growing.”

    And Glory Bee responds
    “Cottleston Cottleston Cottleston Pie,
    Why does a chicken? I don’t know why.
    Ask me a riddle and I reply
    Cottleston Cottleston Cottleston Pie.”

    And then they all snuggle up together and have some cookies and warm milk…

  24. 1-4
    11:37
    am

    Example of a symbiotic relationship. They are both getting warmth from the others body heat and the chicken can pick lice (if GB were to have any). Win, win!

  25. 1-4
    11:48
    am

    This may be a stupid question, but how long until a baby cow becomes a full-grown cow?

  26. 1-4
    11:56
    am

    Karo, I really don’t know! But she’s growing fast.

  27. 1-4
    12:12
    pm

    wow, I love how furry puffy Glory Bee has become with her winter coat. she gets more adorable with each photo. :heart:

  28. 1-4
    1:01
    pm

    Are you still milking her mama? Or is Glory Bee doing that for you?

    She sure is a pretty baby!

  29. 1-4
    3:58
    pm

    Beautiful photos of a fantastic barnyard society!!!

  30. 1-4
    4:31
    pm

    Whaledancer, that was adorable. :happyflower:

    Love the pictures, Suzanne. How warm and cozy it looks. :moo:

  31. 1-4
    7:04
    pm

    CUTE !!!!

  32. 1-5
    10:26
    am

    My chickens ride and sleep on the goats.They don’t seem to mind at all.

  33. 1-5
    2:37
    pm

    That’ll keep their toes warm on these frigid winter days! :D

  34. 1-17
    2:09
    pm

    Not to mention she’s a goooood foot warmer of the organic and green type!

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