Despite worrying all night. The chucks were perfectly safe and didn’t resort to cannibalism between shutting the door and opening it. Opening the door at 07.20 resulted in dirty looks, and no wanting to get downstairs for breakfast. A few gentle pokes and they are all deposited to the outside. The Chucks have made it … Continue reading this article ››
Our chickens have arrived safely, along with the cube. A few non-essential bits were missing and the delivery guy promised to get them in the post to us. I will be calling Omlet anyway. The Pecking Order has started, there is clearly the top-dog, the Red Coloured Miss Pepperpot (called Red-Leader for the moment) in … Continue reading this article ››
I do apologise, publicly for all the Corny Yolks so far. Oh there we go again. We seem to have a break in the weather for tomorrow, ‘Sunny Intervals’ are promised for the entire day. So hopefully chickens will work without the need for sub-aqua equipment or specialist fowl weather gear. Chucks should arrive in … Continue reading this article ››
To update … the chooks are being delivered tomorrow. Although I do plan to sleep.
Given the recent, and unseasonal rain, I hope the chickens will have their own Water Wings …
Poking about on one of the Chicken-Keeping Forums I bumped into a forumite in the same town as me. A few Private Messages later … I find out they are just two streets away. Fancy that? I wonder how many more Fowl Neighbours we have?
Well I was all out of finding free-to-use photo’s of chickens or eggs, so took my own photo of some eggs to add as a logo. Technically, they are our eggs, as we bought them. Technically they are not Garden Hen eggs as the Garden Hens have not yet landed (I have it on good … Continue reading this article ››
So five chickens need five names. My selection is: Grace Peri Rose Polly Tegan My eldest son would probably want: Thomas Percy James Gordon Toby We’ll see what they are like when they arrive.