Gardening with Nature, Humor, & Kittens
How beautiful are those chickens!I like those colors ...That compost seems a paradise for those chickens!
they won't allow chicks in our rural community in Kansas. can you believe that?
Hi GreggoMy Chicken Magazine talks about how these laws are changing...and changing quickly to allow people to have a few chickens in towns and cities.A lot of times it is a matter of finding a few towns in your state to change the status quo.I'll send you a great article on the topic.David :-)
They are pretty birds.....Happy New Year.It has been delightful getting to know you in 2011.Looking forward to more chickens and blooms in 2012.Sherry
I like their names :-). Do you have neighbors? I am asking because if you have neighbors, do they complain about your rooster and chicken calling in the morning? I want to have chicken too to have some fresh eggs though I am pretty sure I won't be able to eat them and the eggs will hatch into chicks, but I don't think neighbors would allow me have chickens :-).
They will keep it aerated and tilled for you. LOL! Looking forward to you postings. Happy New Year.Lona
chickens and compost what could be better ;-)
Hi KLYes, I have neighbors but the chickens seldom make any loud noises. You don't have to have a rooster to have hen eggs and since roosters ARE noisy they are not allowed.David :-)
What GORGEOUS Chicks!!
Hi David! Thank you for saying hello, it's lovely to 'meet' you and your hens :) Lovely girls :)
I always appreciate your comments & questions! Happy Gardening from David/ Tropical Texana