Staying Close to the Source

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The chickens’ mantra:


Keep your friends close. Keep the cow closer.

Who KNOWS when she might poop?!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 17, 2011  

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  1. 3-17
    1:17
    am

    Ewwwwwww! But so true. Chickens will eat anything.

  2. 3-17
    2:02
    am

    Really they eat poop? Ucky!

  3. 3-17
    6:22
    am

    ..and a good Thursday morning to you too! I think coffee came out my nose when i read this…hahahahahahahahahahahaha!!

  4. 3-17
    6:27
    am

    Hahaha! Hot grain, right out of the oven! lol

  5. 3-17
    7:18
    am

    LOL….that’s great. I think I will wait a few before starting my bacon and eggs !

  6. 3-17
    7:21
    am

    Start’n my morning off with a BANG! TOOOOO Funny, but TRUE!

  7. 3-17
    7:58
    am

    My dogs LOVE goat poop…. In the morning they run like mad into the goat pen to find the fresh stuff!

  8. 3-17
    8:52
    am

    Its not the poop, its the stuff in it and its good for them even if they have to dig in the poop to get it.

  9. 3-17
    9:06
    am

    LOLOLOL. I just made my husband 2 huge eggs (I think the hen squawked big time)bacon and rye bread. Me, no thank you. Humm…maybe tomorrow.

  10. 3-17
    9:07
    am

    ha ha!

  11. 3-17
    9:39
    am

    Good thing to remember…A chickens body temp is 105 degrees F. This kills most bacteria. LOL

  12. 3-17
    10:05
    am

    Chickens are just too funny.

  13. 3-17
    10:11
    am

    That’s what makes them yolks so yellow and the eggs taste so good….lol

  14. 3-17
    10:46
    am

    Funny~~~~ :yes: :lol: Ours WILL eat anything.

  15. 3-17
    11:38
    am

    Funniest thing I read all day! Thanks for a much needed laugh!

  16. 3-17
    12:02
    pm

    Oh so true! :yes: They love to follow my dogs too. :happypuppy: Will devour the whole thing in no time flat. Yuck!

  17. 3-17
    1:26
    pm

    Geez, talk about recycling!!! — no wonder their own poop smells sooo bad!! lol :lol:

  18. 3-17
    6:13
    pm

    Eeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwww And yet I find this VERY FUNNY.
    The Chickens are BEAUTIFUL.

  19. 3-17
    6:16
    pm

    Awesome! lol

  20. 3-17
    6:25
    pm

    Oh my word….hilarious…. :shocked: :bugeyed: :eating:

  21. 3-18
    7:47
    am

    Sort of like our dog who loved to eat the “cat Tootsie Rolls” from the litter box. lol

  22. 3-18
    1:01
    pm

    I have a question and please believe me this is not a criticism. I’m used to being around cattle raised for their beef. To me, momma cow looks bony. Is this typical for such a bred of milk cow?

  23. 3-18
    1:06
    pm

    Melissa, dairy cows, particularly Jerseys, have a bony look to their backside. They are built to support super large and heavy udders, which beef cattle are not.

  24. 3-18
    4:16
    pm

    Her bones would freak me out, too. The FFA Jerseys at the state fair last year were just as bony, though.

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