Monday, March 28, 2011

Greener Pastures


We moved the chicken coop across the yard over the weekend, and the poor dears had to be cooped up all day Saturday and Sunday. This morning when they were finally let back out, they literally came flying out the door.



I'm glad this morning's snow didn't last too long and they were able to enjoy the fresh green grass.

8 comments:

farmhousequilter8 said...

They sure are beautiful. How much are your eggs?

Danielle said...

Great action shot! Our chickens are going nuts all caged up. We have a raccoon that needs to be taken care of before we let them out... poor things.

Mrs.Rabe said...

Whoo-hooo! Green grass for the chickens! They will like all the bugs, and stuff too! Our Lottie ranges around the yard all day long, such a happy chicken.

I am working on finding a local source for pullets. We have decided to go that route rather than chicks, for now. Maybe once we have a bigger flock, we can do chicks.

Love your coop and your chickens!

jAne said...

they're so beautiful, tracy.
thankful for fresh green grass
and bet their thankful as well. :o)

jAne said...

their = they're

sigh.

Terri said...

I know exactly how they feel. I've been feeling cooped up too!

willowcaroline said...

I am enjoying my spring break time (I am a teacher) by catching up on blogs I enjoy reading, and saw your daughter's post about your blog being back. So glad you are blogging again.. it has been nice to go back through the entries and see all the work you have done this year gardening and cooking and home dec wise... but also nice to have your spiritual inspiration again. What a treat!

Tracy said...

Paula,
The eggs are $3 per dozen. Let me know if you want me to bring you some.

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