Our chicks were hatched six weeks ago and have been growing fast ever since.
These birds are on their own now. Mother isn’t needed. As ‘teenagers’ they think they know everything and are often the last to go in to roost. We just hope that doesn’t make them dinner for local preditors.
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Daughter, Rebecca and son-in-law, Andy stopped by and we put them to work. The two of them dragged an air-conditioner from our basement, where it was stored, to the second floor. They then took the old air-conditioner from there and brought it downstairs and finally out the door.
Thanks a big bunch!!!! Now we will be able to sleep comfortably.
But since I didn’t take photos of the big move, which they wouldn’t have wanted anyway, I thought I’d add photos of cute chicks today.
These photo chicks were purchased. The chicks on our farm today were hatched by hens.
Warning! Do not try to get close to current chicks. The big white mother hen is mean and will come after you. She knows how to take care of her babies.
So there you have my blog for today. We’ll have to wait for tomorrow to see what I write next–but don’t bother asking me ahead of time. I rarely know what I’m going to write.
We’ve had Rachel’s dog, Jade here for just over a week. She’s an old girl, so she would rather sleep than do anything. This means she is a good house-guest. All I have to do is take her outside for a pit stop now and then and feed her.
My only problem was getting the dog names right. I don’t know how many times I called Sunny Jade and vice-versa.
Since this was Jade’s vacation, we also took her for cart rides. One day she got to see a running deer. That made her day.
Jade will be heading home today. I’m sure she missed her family, but she didn’t miss a meal here. I guess the farm is the next best place after home.