WINTER ROBIN – FOOTPRINTS IN THE SNOW- CHICKENS

17 01 2013

HELLO

With temps in the 40’s today no wonder there was a robin in the apple tree.  But tonight it will go down to 6 degrees, I hope the robin can find some shelter.P1020114FOOTPRINTS IN THE SNOW

P1020110These footprints are from a neighborhood cat named Pumpkin.  He makes the rounds daily.P1020108

After a snowstorm its interesting to see who came and went.   I really didn’t know we had any rabbits around until the last snow storm when I saw some track going to my son’s house.  There are bird tracks all over.

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Helen was the first one  in the nest box this morning.  She was all business but no egg!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FROZEN PUMPKINS

Well, I got busy in the late fall and left these pumpkins out on the porch, of course they froze.  I decided to bring in the biggest one and let it thaw and this morning gave it to the back hens and they loved it.

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In the middle of February the local online chicken group are having a chicken chat at a farm in Hatfield.  Last year I went and  found it invaluable.  This year it looks like double the crowd will be there.  I hope to have some questions answered about the coop in back which is so damp and the greenhouse.  Looking forward to lots of chicken talk.

I hope you have a wonderful day and many thanks for reading my blog.         

Carole

 


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17 01 2013
Bealtaine Cottage

Poor Robin…I hope he survives the cold weather…and all of you there too!

18 01 2013
Anne Wilson

It looks mighty cold, so far we have escaped a really cold spell but that could change, raining cats and dogs at the moment. Do you give your hens the pumpkins as a natural wormer and do you find it works?

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